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Contact Information:


Colonial Community Criminal

Justice Board

4093 Ironbound Rd., Suite B
Williamsburg, VA 23188


P: 757-564-2311
F: 757-229-8963



Hal Diggs, Director of

Colonial Community Corrections


Hours of Operation


8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Board Membership


Most Board memberships are mandated by the Code of Virginia and some are chosen at the discretion of the localities.  The Code of Virginia  - § 53.1-183 stipulates that every CCJB must have the following mandatory members:

  • a member from each governing body or a city or county manager, county administrator or executive, or assistant or deputy appointed by the governing body;
  • a general district court judge;
  • a circuit court judge;
  • a juvenile and domestic relations court judge;
  • a chief magistrate;
  • a chief of police or sheriff;
  • an attorney for the Commonwealth;
  • a defense attorney;
  • a regional jail administrator or sheriff responsible for jails;
  • a local educator; and 
  • a community services board member.

There is limited staff support to the CCCJB.  Some of the duties performed by staff support include:

  • planning and coordinating CCCJB board meetings;
  • documenting the minutes of each board meeting;
  • quarterly updating the CCCJB web page information;
  • assisting in the development of new programs and program evaluations;
  • researching and applying for grant funding to sustain the CCCJB's efforts; and 
  • preparing and disseminating information about criminal justice resources in all of the localities represented.


Board Committees

As established at the 2009 CCCJB Board Retreat, there are five Committees focused on the Goals and Strategies supported by the adopted 2010-2013 Criminal Justice Action Plan. These names of the committees are Funding/Finance, Public Relations, Substance Abuse, Juvenile Justice and Special Projects. Additional time and resources are expended in specifically defined areas for the criminal justice system via these committees, which consist of CCCJB members as well as nonboard members. (Word) (PDF)

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