Juvenile Justice Council

The Ogle County Juvenile Justice Council is a group of concerned individuals, county officials and representatives of community-based agencies that deal with issues concerning juvenile delinquency in Ogle County.

The purpose of the Ogle County Juvenile Justice Council is to promote cooperation and coordination between Ogle County Juvenile Court and those agencies and/or departments that work with delinquent youth and to develop a plan for the prevention of juvenile delinquency.

Juvenile Justice Council

Juvenile Justice Council

Members of the Ogle County Juvenile Justice Executive Committee pictured left to right: Kenneth Burn, Director of Court Services, Kathleen Isley, Public Defender, Honorable Judge John B. Roe, State’s Attorney Eric Morrow, Terry Camplain, Principal, Chana Education Center, and Jamie Craven, Superintendent of Rochelle Township High School. Not pictured: Ogle County Sheriff Brian VanVickle, Brenda Mason, Focus House Clinical Supervisor, and Connie Davis, CTC Coordinator, Sinnissippi Centers.