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The Baltimore County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council is comprised of the following voting members who serve by virtue of the positions they hold, plus one voting member, appointed by the County Executive, who is an attorney practicing criminal defense law in Baltimore County.


The Baltimore County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) meetings are held on a bi-monthly basis, generally on the second Tuesday, from 8 to 9 a.m. in Room 118, Historic Courthouse, 400 Washington Avenue, Towson, Maryland.

Current Council Members



The Honorable Kathleen Gallogly Cox

Chief Administrative Judge, Circuit Court for Baltimore County  

 The Honorable Dorothy J. Wilson

Chief Administrative Judge, District Court for Baltimore County   

Chief Terrence B. Sheridan

Baltimore County Police Department

Sheriff R. Jay Fisher

Baltimore County Sheriff    

The Honorable Scott D. Shellenberger

State's Attorney for Baltimore County   

Mr. Michael P. Esposito

Court Administrator, Circuit Court for Baltimore County   

Mr. Timothy Sheridan

Administrative Clerk, District Court for Baltimore County    

The Honorable Donald Zaremba

Public Defender for Baltimore County    

Dr. Gregory Branch, Health Officer

Department of Health and Human Services      

Dr. Dallas Dance, Superintendent

Baltimore County Public Schools    

Mr. Don Schlimm, Director

Local Management Board   

Dr. Kimberly Cuthrell

Chief, Bureau of Behavioral Health 

 Ms. Deborah Richardson

Director, Department of Corrections       

Mr. Matthew Fonseca

Regional Director, Maryland Department of Juvenile Services   

Mr. Walter Nolley

Community Supervision Director, Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services

Ms. Donna Morrison

Criminal Justice Coordinator for Baltimore County

County Executive Appointment: David B. Irwin, Irwin Green Dexter and Murtha, LLP, Towson, Maryland

Revised April 11, 2017         



County Executive,
Kevin Kamenetz
Phone: 410-887-2450

Contact the County Executive.

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