Please Be Advised

In response to the State of Emergency

 declared across North Carolina and within Mecklenburg County; the Racial Equity Workshops throughout the months of March and April are cancelled.

Should you have any questions;  please email RMJJ Administrative Assistant Jerry Boyce Jr. at:

Practice Change

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  • Gathers information regarding practice change within organizations/ agencies/institutions as a result of the organizations’/agencies’/ institutions’ participation in RMJJ and any data collected or evaluations conducted on the practice changes,
  • Reports those practice changes, data and evaluation results to the RMJJ Leadership Team,
  • Makes available to the organizations/agencies/institutions any tools or best practices used to develop practice changes in organizations/agencies/ institutions across the nation, and
  • Holds the organizations/agencies/institutions accountable for continued practice change or to initiate practice change, and to collect data regarding the practice change in the organizations/agencies/institutions.

Practice Change Subcommittee Chair:
Louis Trosch, Superior Court Judge, Judicial District 26
Dana Frady, Judicial District 26, Guardian ad Litem Program[/cs_text][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section][/cs_content]

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