- Justice Services
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
A criminal justice coordinating council (CJCC) is the general term used to describe a body of elected and senior justice system leaders that convene on a regular basis to coordinate systemic responses to justice problems.
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Offenders who are accepted into and successfully complete the Diversion Program will have the criminal charges against them dismissed.
The Winona County Restorative Justice works with youth age 10 to 18 in a variety of settings. Our primary function is juvenile diversion programming.
Sexual Assault Interagency Council (SAIC)
The Winona County SAIC is comprised of various agencies who respond to incidents of sexual assault.
Enhancing public safety and reducing costs to the community and criminal justice system by providing resources and structure that allow offenders to become alcohol and drug free.
Winona County Reentry Assistance Program Plus