Task Force Members
Members of the Task Force
- Co-Chair: Commissioner Nancy Sharpe, Arapahoe County, Colo.
- Co-Chair: Sheriff Greg Champagne, St. Charles Parish, La.
- Delrice Adams, Executive Director, Cook County, Ill. Justice Advisory Council
- Sheriff Michael Adkinson, Walton County, Fla.
- Kathryn Barger, Supervisor, Los Angeles County, Calif.
- Commissioner Roy Charles Brooks, Tarrant County, Texas
- Sheriff Brett Clark, Hendricks County, Ind.
- Sheriff Jerry Clayton, Washtenaw County, Mich.
- Sheriff Thomas Dart, Cook County, Ill.
- Hon. Jerry Demings, Mayor, Orange County, Fla.
- John Flynn, District Attorney, Erie County, N.Y., Member of the Board of Directors, National District Attorneys Association
- Sheriff Daron Hall, Davidson County, Tenn.
- Sheriff Michael Heldman, Hancock County, Ohio
- Hon. David Hudson, Judge, Sebastian County, Ark.
- Hon. Clay Jenkins, Judge, Dallas County, Texas
- Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian, Middlesex County, Mass.
- Hon. Steven Leifman, Associate Administrative Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, Miami-Dade County, Fla.
- Nick Macchione, Director, Health and Human Services Agency, San Diego County, Calif.
- Sheriff John McMahon, San Bernardino County, Calif.
- Sheriff Gabriel Morgan Sr., Newport News, Va.
- Christopher Moss, County Executive, Chemung County, N.Y.
- Sheriff Eric Severson, Waukesha County, Wisc.
- Commissioner Helen Stone, Chatham County, Ga.
- Sheriff Tim Svenson, Yamhill County, Ore.
- Commissioner Janet Thompson, Boone County, Mo.
- Sheriff Errol Toulon, Jr., Suffolk County, N.Y.
- Hon. Jenny Wilson, Mayor, Salt Lake County, Utah
- Edward Zachary, Director, Veterans Service Office, Medina County, Ohio
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