Children's Justice Project Advisory Council
The Court Improvement Program Grant requires state courts to form a statewide multidisciplinary task force which included state and local courts, the state title IV-B/IV-E agency and, where applicable, Indian tribes or tribal consortiums. This task force should jointly review and discuss child welfare outcome data on court-involved youth and families, data that may be available from court data systems, and discussion of what those data may mean and how court or attorney practice may be contributing to such data. Meetings are to be used as an opportunity to monitor and review goals, identify opportunities for interventions and plan CIP involvement in program planning and improvement efforts with the title IV-E/IV-B agency.
The Wyoming Supreme Court established this required task force as the Children’s Justice Project Advisory Council. The Advisory Council operates under the direction and supervision of the Chief Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court and must demonstrate meaningful, ongoing collaboration among the courts, the Wyoming Department of Family Services and the Indian Tribes in the State. Rules for the Children’s Justice Project Advisory Council can be found below.
2022 Meeting Schedule
All meetings are held at 10:00 a.m. at the Wyoming Supreme Court in Cheyenne.
March 11, 2022
May 13, 2022
September 9, 2022
December 9, 2022