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Thursday, November 5, 2015

Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission Upcoming 2015 Report with Recommendations to Become Law on July 1st 2016


Yesterday I attended the last meeting of the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission for 2015; I missed the September 21st meeting.  
 

Virginia Department of Corrections Annual Report: 2015 Continuing a Balanced Approach to Public Safety Through the Healing Environment


I came across this report last week, Continuing a Balanced Approach to Public Safety Through the Healing Environment June 2015: http://leg2.state.va.us/dls/h&sdocs.nsf/By+Year/RD2112015/$file/RD211.pdf . It’s only 23 pages and it has some interesting data about VA-DOC programs, services, issues and costs…...Including Sex Offenders. 

So I went back to see how many years this report has been available.  

 
Then I found this report:
Report on the Development of Sexually Violent Predator Protocols for Initial Screening per § 37.2-903 (SB314/HB1271, 2012) January 2013 http://leg2.state.va.us/dls/h&sdocs.nsf/By+Year/HD162012/$file/HD16.pdf 

All good information to know…… that is……. for those who are interested. 

Mary

Virginia’s 18 Newly Elected Delegates and Senators Will be Sworn in at the Start of the 2016 General Assembly Session in Richmond – Are You Represented By Any of Them? If You Are You Should Introduce Yourself!

2016 Freshman Delegates to Virginia House


Election Day has come and gone. 

122 legislators sought re-election Tuesday. They all won, November 4, 2015

Republicans hold off Democratic effort to retake state Senate, November 4, 2015

Virginia has 18 new Legislators out of the 140 House and Senate seats.

They are: