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41-2404. Arizona criminal justice commission; members; compensation; terms; meetings
A. The Arizona criminal justice commission is established consisting of the following members:
1. The attorney general or the attorney general's designee.
2. The director of the department of public safety or the director's designee.
3. The director of the state department of corrections or the director's designee.
4. Fourteen members who are appointed by the governor or their designees. No more than seven of these members may be from the same political party.
5. The administrative director of the courts or the director's designee.
6. The chairman of the board of executive clemency or the chairman's designee.
B. The members who are appointed pursuant to subsection A, paragraph 4 shall include at least one police chief, one county attorney and one county sheriff from a county with a population of one million five hundred thousand or more persons, one police chief, one county attorney and one county sheriff from a county with a population equal to or greater than eight hundred thousand persons but fewer than one million five hundred thousand persons and one police chief, one county attorney and one county sheriff from counties with a population of fewer than eight hundred thousand persons. The remaining members shall include one law enforcement leader, one former judge, one mayor, one member of a county board of supervisors and one chief probation officer.
C. Members who are appointed pursuant to subsection A, paragraph 4 shall serve for terms of two years terminating on the convening of the first regular session of the legislature. Any appointive member who ceases to be a member of the body the member represents on the commission is deemed to have resigned. Appointments to fill a vacancy shall be made in the same manner as the original appointment.
D. The commission shall meet and organize by electing from among its membership such officers as are deemed necessary or advisable. The commission shall meet at least once during each calendar quarter and additionally as the chairman deems necessary, and a majority of the members constitutes a quorum for the transaction of business.
E. Members of the commission are not eligible to receive compensation but are eligible for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.