Clinton County Justice Coordinating Commission Seal
Clinton County Justice Coordinating Commission


The Clinton County Justice Coordinating Commission (CCJCC) was established in April of 2009.  This was as a result of the recommendations of the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) assessment (January, 2008) of the Clinton County jail and local justice system. 

 

CCJCC Contact Information:

612 North Second Street
Suite 103
Clinton, IA  52732
563.243.6210  x 4310
ccjcc@clintoncounty-ia.gov


CCJCC Commission Members:

  • Carole Dunkin - Citizen Member, Clinton County
  • Mike Wolf - County Attorney
  • Lt. Paul Hammond – Clinton County Jail Administrator
  • Becky Eskildsen – Clinton County Mental Health Coordinator
  • Gabe Gluba - ASAC, King House Manager
  • Kelly Greenwalt – Probation Officer/Department of Corrections
  • Chief Dave Porter – Gateway Area Police Administrator/DeWitt Police Chief, CCJCC Chair
  • Margaret Kuhl – Coordinator, CCJCC
  • Judge Marlita Greve - Chief Judge
  • Sheriff Rick Lincoln – Clinton County
  • Leslie Mussmann - ASAC, Director of Prevention
  • Kim Ralston – Director, Community Assistance Program
  • Amanda Schwartz - Clinton County Sheriff's Office, CCJCC Recorder
  • Judge Phil Tabor – District Associate Court
  • Dan Srp - Board of Supervisors, CCJCC Vice-Chair
  • Jack Wolfe – Defense Attorney; Bar Association
  • Matt Brooke - City of Clinton Administrator
  • Alternative Sanctions & Diversions Committee – Kelly Greenwalt, Chair
  • Court Issues – Kim Hess, Chair
  • Jail Programs & Reentry Committee – Sheriff Rick Lincoln, Chair
  • Mental Health & Substance Abuse – Becky Eskildsen, Chair
 
CCJCC Meeting Information:
The CCJCC meets on the third Thursday of every other month, at 3:30 p.m.
Meeting dates and times can be found at the CCJCC Meeting Schedules page.
Meetings are held at Clinton Community College (Room 139).
 

CCJCC Mission Statement:  
Improving the justice system in Clinton County, Iowa