VF&N Shareholder Bradley Marshall was recently appointed to the Criminal Justice Services Board (CJSB) by Gov. Glenn Youngkin. The 32-member Board is the Department of Criminal Justice Services policy board. It has representation from all aspects of the criminal justice system on both state and local levels of government, as well as representatives of the private security industry, the public-at-large and the General Assembly. The Board is the approving authority for the regulations the Department promulgates in accord with the Administrative Process Act and approves most of the grants the Department awards to localities, state agencies, and private non-profit organizations. Brad is humbled by the trust placed in him by the Governor and looks forward to serving the people of the Commonwealth of Virginia in this new capacity. The Governor’s press release is below.
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