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A person shall not sell, give, or otherwise supply any alcoholic beverage to any person knowing or having reasonable cause to believe that person to be under legal age. Except for the purposes described in subsect ion 3, a person who is the owner o...
Upon the entering of a dispositional order suspending or revoking the driver’s license or operating privileges of the juvenile under section 232.52, subsection 2, paragraph “a”, the clerk of the juvenile court shall forward a copy of the adjudicat...
Upon the entering of a dispositional order under section 232.52, subsection 2, paragraph “a”, the clerk of the juvenile court shall forward a copy of the adjudication and the dispositional order suspending or revoking the driver’s license or opera...
For the purpose of this subchapter, unless the context otherwise requires: “Administrator” means the administrator of the division of criminal and juvenile justice planning. “Board” means the public safety advisory board. “Council” means the crim...
The division of criminal and juvenile justice planning is established to fulfill the responsibilities of this subchapter, including the duties specified in sections 216A.135, 216A.136, 216A.137, 216A.138, and 216A.139.
A criminal and juvenile justice planning advisory council is established consisting of twenty-three members who shall all reside in the state. The governor shall appoint seven members each for a four-year term beginning and ending as provided in sect...
A public safety advisory board is established whose membership shall be determined by the criminal and juvenile justice planning advisory council and shall consist of current members of the council. Any actions taken by the board shall be considered s...
The council shall do all of the following: Identify issues and analyze the operation and impact of present criminal and juvenile justice policy and make recommendations for policy changes. Coordinate with data resource agencies to provide data and ana...
Beginning in 1989, and every five years thereafter, the division shall develop a twenty-year criminal and juvenile justice plan for the state which shall include ten-year, fifteen-year, and twenty-year goals and a comprehensive five-year plan for crim...
The division shall maintain an Iowa correctional policy project for the purpose of conducting analyses of major correctional issues affecting the criminal and juvenile justice system. The council shall identify and prioritize the issues and studies to...