California Penal Code Title 6.5 - Local Criminal Justice Planning

  • Section 13900.
    The Legislature finds and declares:(a) That crime is a local problem that must be dealt with by state and local governments if it is to...
  • Section 13901.
    (a) For the purposes of coordinating local criminal justice activities and planning for the use of state and federal action funds made available through any...
  • Section 13902.
    Each county placed within a single county planning district may constitute a planning district upon execution of a joint powers agreement or arrangement acceptable to...
  • Section 13903.
    Planning districts may be the recipients of criminal justice and delinquency prevention planning or coordinating funds made available to units of general local government or...
  • Section 13904.
    (a) The membership of each local board shall be consistent with state and federal statutes and guidelines; shall be representative of a broad range of...
  • Section 13905.
    Except as otherwise provided in Section 13904, representatives of the public shall be appointed to local criminal justice and delinquency prevention planning boards, of a...
  • Section 13906.
    Planning boards may contract with other public or private entities for the performance of services, may appoint an executive officer and other employees, and may...
  • Section 13908.
    (a) The Office of Criminal Justice Planning shall undertake a study to determine whether it would be feasible to develop a state-operated center on computer...

Last modified: September 9, 2016