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  • Director Mark Masterson

    Mark Masterson
    Director

    p. 316.660.9750

    700 S. Hydraulic
    Wichita, KS 67211

Department of Corrections

Advisory Boards

Community Corrections Advisory Board

This board actively participates in the formulation of comprehensive plans for the development, implementation and operation of corrections services funded through the Community Corrections Act. Furthermore, the SCCC Advisory Board shall make formal recommendations to the Sedgwick County Board of Commissioners at least annually concerning the comprehensive plan and/or the Community Corrections Act grant request, its implementation and operation.

The board was established on May 21, 1980 by resolution #119-1980. The board consists of 12 appointed members, including:

1) The sheriff of Sedgwick County or designee; 2) the chief of police for Wichita or designee; 3) the district attorney of the 18th Judicial District or designee; 4) the administrative judge of the 18th Judicial District or designee; 5) an educational professional; 6) a probation officer designated by the administrative judge; 7) three members appointed by the Board of County Commissioners; and, 8) three members appointed by the City Council.

Current Members

  • Kerrie Platt Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Kenya Cox Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Ignacio Ayala Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Kelli Grant Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Deanna Carrithers Appointed by the City of Wichita
  • Mary San Martin Appointed by the City of Wichita
  • Deputy Chief Nelson Mosley (Chief of Police) City & County joint appointee
  • Judge John Kisner (Administrative Judge) City & County joint appointee
  • Major Glenn Kurtz (Sheriff) City & County joint appointee
  • Professor Jodie Beeson (Education) City & County joint appointee
  • Peter Shay (Probation) City & County joint appointee
  • Ann Swegle (District Attorney) City & County joint appointee
  • Seth Rundle Appointed by the City of Wichita

2014 Meetings

The Community Corrections Advisory Board meets from 8 to 9 a.m. on the second Thursday of each month at 905 N. Main, Wichita, Kansas.

2013 Meetings

The Community Corrections Advisory Board meets from 8 to 9 a.m. on the second Thursday of each month at 905 N. Main, Wichita, Kansas.

Team Justice - Juvenile Corrections Advisory Board

The 16-member Board meets monthly and makes recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners regarding the ongoing needs of juveniles in the community.  Read the bylaws.

Current Members / Representing

  • Julie Rinke Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Deputy Chief Hassan Ramzah (Chief of Police)
  • Pat Hanrahan Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Chief Deputy Richard Powell (Sheriff)
  • Ron Paschal (District Attorney)
  • Judge Robb Rumsey (Administrative Judge)
  • Kerry Weible (Probation)
  • Jody Patterson (Mental Health)
  • Bill Faflick Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Emily McGill Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Taunya Rutenbeck Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Terri Moses Appointed by Sedgwick County
  • Shawna Mobley Appointed by the City of Wichita
  • Kathy Dittmer Appointed by the City of Wichita
  • Marvin Stone Jr. Appointed by the City of Wichita
  • Karen Countryman-Roswum Appointed by Sedgwick County

Purpose

The Juvenile Corrections Advisory Board shall:

  • Provide a vision and guidance on juvenile justice matters;

  • Evaluate publicly funded juvenile justice programs and services;

  • Modify the juvenile justice comprehensive strategic plan periodically;

  • Be a catalyst for improved networking of all services to youth and families;

  • Facilitate Grants for juvenile justice programs and services in Sedgwick County;

  • Advocate for all youth in Sedgwick County.

Duties

The Juvenile Corrections Advisory Board shall:

  • Review information on risks and resources for youth at least once every three years;

  • Conduct a series of community meetings on juvenile justice at least once each year;

  • Participate in appropriate activities sponsored by the Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority;

  • Review performance measures information on all publicly funded juvenile justice programs;

  • Review grant applications related to juvenile justice programs in Sedgwick County

2014 Meetings

The Juvenile Corrections (Team Justice) Advisory Board meets from 11:30 to 1 p.m. on the first Friday of each month at 3803 E. Harry  Wichita, Kansas.

2013 Meetings

The Juvenile Corrections (Team Justice) Advisory Board meets from 11:30 to 1 p.m. on the first Friday of each month at 3803 E. Harry  Wichita, Kansas.


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Mission: To assure quality public services that provide for the present and future well-being of the citizens of Sedgwick County.