U.S. Attorney Elected to Serve as Co-Chair of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for D.C.

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Wednesday, July 5, 2023
U.S. Attorney Elected to Serve as Co-Chair of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for D.C.

WASHINGTON – U.S. Attorney Matthew M. Graves was elected to serve a two-year term as Co-Chair of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for the District of Columbia, beginning in July 2023. The CJCC, chaired by the District’s Mayor, is an independent District agency focused on enhancing public safety and the fair administration of justice in the District of Columbia. Mr. Graves was elected to this position by fellow members of the CJCC, which include the Mayor, members of the D.C. Council, the Chief Judge of D.C. Superior Court, the Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, the Attorney General of the District of Columbia, and other federal and District justice system agency leaders.

“I am deeply humbled and honored that a council of the stakeholders responsible for keeping our community safe—our elected officials, the Metropolitan Police Department, and other federal and local justice leaders—has elected me to help steer the important work of the CJCC,” said U.S. Attorney Graves. “The safety of our community is our highest priority, and successful coordination among the officials and agencies responsible for protecting our community is critical to our mission.”

For more on the history of the CJCC, visit: https://cjcc.dc.gov/page/history-cjcc

Component(s): USAO – District of ColumbiaPress Release Number: 23-368

Updated July 5, 2023 Original Article