Local Community Criminal Justice Board (CCJB)
for
Prince William County,  Manassas City and Manassas Park
 

The local CCJB assists community agencies and organizations in establishing and modifying programs and services for offenders based on an objective assessment of the community’s needs and resources. It reviews grant submissions and facilitates local involvement and flexibility in responding to the problems of crime in the community. Finally, it ensures that local Community Corrections and Pretrial Services are in compliance with the state standards and in accordance with community requirements.

 
                 COMMUNITY CRIMINAL JUSTICE BOARD FOR THE THIRTY-FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT 
 
MEMBER
BOARD POSITION
PHONE / FAX
ADDRESS
CHAIRPERSON 
 
 
 
D. Bradley Marshall
(Designee for Commonwealth's Attorney Paul B. Ebert)
Assistant Commonwealth Attorney
Office of the Commonwealth’s
Attorney
703-792-6050
703-792-7081 (fax)
 
9311 Lee Avenue,
Suite 200
Manassas, VA 20110-5594
VICE CHAIRPERSON
 
 
 
Anne T. Godson
 
Criminal Defense Attorney
 
703-330-9600
866-908-7603 (fax)
8567-D Sudley Road
Manassas, VA 20110
MEMBERS
 
 
 
Peggy A. Anthony
Chief
Adult Probation & Parole
District 35
703-361-9149 (ext. 5113)
703-361-5195 (fax)
9309 Center Street, Ste. 204
Manassas, VA 20110
Captain Carl V. Crawford
(Designee for Chief of Police
Douglas W. Keen)
 
Investigative Services Section
Manassas City Police Department
703-257-8004
703-368-6966 (fax)
9518 Fairview Avenue
Manassas, 20110-5829
Max Collins
(Designee for Catherine B. Magouyrk)
Student Assistance Program Coordinator
Manassas City Schools
571-377-7157
703-527-8528 (fax)
8700 Centreville Road, Suite 400
Manassas, VA 20110
Position Vacant
Governing Body Member
Prince William County
 
 
Captain Philip J. Cecere, Jr.
(Designee for Chief of Police Stephan M. Hudson)
Evening Operations Commander
Prince William County Police Department
703-792-6545
703-792-6510 (fax)
8900 Freedom Center Boulevard
Manassas, VA 20110
Jennifer Braswell-Geller
(Designee for Superintendent
C. Bruce McDade)
 
Director of Special Programs
Manassas Park City Schools
703-335-8861
703-361-4583 (fax)
1 Park Center Ct., Suite A
Manassas Park, VA  20111
Captain Mario Lugo
(Designee for Chief of Police John C. Evans)
Commander
Special Operations Division
Manassas Park Police Department
703-335-0665
703-330-2517 (fax)
329 Manassas Drive
Manassas Park, VA 20111
Position Vacant
Governing Body Member
City of Manassas
 
 
 
Rebekah Schlatter
(Designee for Superintendent Steven L. Walts)
Supervisor of Secondary Counseling and Student Support Services
Prince William County Schools
703-791-7258 (Student Services)
703-791-8839 (fax)
P.O. Box 389
Manassas, VA  20108 
Chief Deputy Terry P. Fearnley, Jr., 
(Designee for Sheriff Glendell Hill)
Sheriff's Office
Prince
William County
703-792-6070
703-792-7485 (fax)
9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110
Col. Peter Meletis
Superintendent
Adult Detention Center
703-792-6417
703-792-6718
 (fax)
9320 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110
Leviticus (Levi) Bass
(Designee for Director Janine M. Sewell)
Juvenile Residential and Homeless Programs Division Chief
Prince William Co. DSS
(703)  792-4315
(703) 792-7591 (fax)
7987 Ashton Ave, #200
Manassas, VA  20109
Hon. Lisa M. Baird
(Designee for Chief Judge D. Scott Bailey)
Judge
Juvenile & Domestic Relations
District Court
703-792-6160
703-792-7863 (fax)
9311 Lee Avenue, 1st Floor
Manassas, VA 20110
Kimberly L. Alexander
City Manager
City of Manassas Park
703-335-8813
703-335-0053 (fax)
One Park Center Court
Manassas Park, VA 20111
Hon. Craig D. Johnston
(Chief Judge)
Judge
Circuit Court
703-792-6010
703-792-6371 (fax)
9311 Lee Avenue,  3rd Floor
Manassas, VA 20110
Jeffrey S. Homan
Director
Juvenile Court Services Unit
703-792-6200/6214
703-792-4786 (fax)
9540 Center St., Suite 200
Manassas, VA 20110
Keith P. Shuster
DORS Program Manager
Community Services Board
703-792-7845
703-792-7817 (fax)
7969 Ashton Avenue
Manassas, VA 20109
Hon. Tracy C. Hudson
(Designee for Chief Judge
Steven S. Smith)
Judge
General District Court
703-792-6140
703-792-7083 (fax)
9311 Lee Avenue, 2nd Floor
Manassas, VA 20110-5586
Chief Magistrate Lawrie Falck Moncure
Chief Magistrate
Prince
William County
703-792-7362
703-792-4666 (fax)
9320 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110
Position Vacant
Citizen Member
City of Manassas
 
 
Position Vacant Citizen Member
City of Manassas Park
Robert Gudz Citizen Member
Prince William County
​703-791-3336

8815 Liberty Oaks Place
Nokesville, VA 20181

SUPPORT STAFF 
 
 
 
Steven R. Austin
Director 
Office of Criminal Justice Services
703-792-6065
703-792-4664 (fax)
9540 Center St., Suite 301
Manassas, VA 20110
Pamela K. Wilson
 
Administrative Assistant III
Office of Criminal Justice Services
703-792-6065
703-792-4664 (fax)
9540 Center St., Suite 301
Manassas, VA 20110
​Deborah A. Nash
Criminal Justice Analyst
Office of Criminal Justice Services
​703-792-6065     703-792-4664      (fax) ​9540 Center St., Suite 301
Manassas, VA 20110
 
Establishment of the CCJB
 
The Community Criminal Justice Board (CCJB) for the 31st Judicial Circuit was established by a Joint Resolution adopted by the Prince William County Board of County Supervisors on Nov. 28, 1995; by the Manassas Park City Council on Dec. 19, 1995; and by the Manassas City Council on Jan. 22, 1996. The establishment of a community advisory board was mandated by the July 1, 1995 passage of the Virginia Comprehensive Community Corrections Act for Local Responsible Offenders (Section 53.1-183 of the Code of Virginia):
 
§ 9.1-178. Community criminal justice boards.
 
A. Each county or city or combination thereof developing and establishing a local pretrial services or a community-based probation services agency pursuant to this article shall establish a community criminal justice board. Each county and city participating in local pretrial services or local community-based probation services shall be represented on the community criminal justice board. In the event that one county or city appropriates funds to these services as part of a multijurisdictional effort, any other participating county or city shall be considered to be participating if such locality appropriates funds to these services. Appointments to the board shall be made by each local governing body. In cases of multijurisdictional participation, unless otherwise agreed upon, each participating city or county shall have an equal number of appointments. Boards shall be composed of the number of members established by a resolution or ordinance of each participating jurisdiction.
 
B. Each board shall include, at a minimum, the following members: a person appointed by each governing body to represent the governing body; a judge of the general district court; a circuit court judge; a juvenile and domestic relations district court judge; a chief magistrate; one chief of police or the sheriff in a jurisdiction not served by a police department to represent law enforcement; an attorney for the Commonwealth; a public defender or an attorney who is experienced in the defense of criminal matters; a sheriff or the regional jail administrator responsible for jails serving those jurisdictions involved in local pretrial services and community-based probation services; a local educator; and a community services board administrator. Any officer of the court appointed to a community criminal justice board pursuant to this subsection may designate a member of his staff approved by the governing body to represent him at meetings of the board.
 
§ 9.1-180. Responsibilities of community criminal justice boards.
 
On behalf of the counties, cities, or combinations thereof which they represent, the community criminal justice boards shall have the responsibility to:
 
1. Advise on the development and operation of local pretrial services and community-based probation services pursuant to §§ 19.2-152.2 and 9.1-176 for use by the courts in diverting offenders from local correctional facility placements;
 
2. Assist community agencies and organizations in establishing and modifying programs and services for defendants and offenders on the basis of an objective assessment of the community's needs and resources;
 
3. Evaluate and monitor community programs and pretrial and local community-based probation services and facilities to determine their impact on offenders;
 
4. Develop and amend the criminal justice plan in accordance with guidelines and standards set forth by the Department and oversee the development and amendment of the community-based corrections plan as required by § 53.1-82.1 for approval by participating local governing bodies;
 
5. Review the submission of all criminal justice grants regardless of the source of funding;
 
6. Facilitate local involvement and flexibility in responding to the problem of crime in their communities; and
 
7. Do all things necessary or convenient to carry out the responsibilities expressly given in this article.
 
Criminal Justice Support
 
The Office of Criminal Justice Services provides analytical and statistical support to the entire local criminal justice system. The office assists in writing grants, completing research and studies on various criminal justice topics, and the implementation of special projects to improve the local criminal justice system. These services include system planning, policy development, determining trends, locating available resources and serving as support staff to the Community Criminal Justice Board.