Community Criminal Justice Board

About the Harrisonburg / Rockingham Community Criminal Justice Board

  • Responsible for implementation of Comprehensive Community Corrections Act for Local Responsible Offenders and the Pretrial Services Act
  • Meets Quarterly.

Members Statutory Membership
The Honorable Bruce D. Albertson, Judge
Rockingham County Circuit Court
Judge of the Circuit Court
The Honorable John S. Hart, Judge
Rockingham County General District Court
Judge of the General District Court
The Honorable H. David O'Donnell, Judge
Rockingham County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court
Judge of the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court
*Rick Chandler
Rockingham County Board of Supervisors
Rockingham County Governing Body
Celest D. Williams, Director
Harrisonburg/Rockingham County Social Services
Department of Social Services
Chaz W. Haywood
Rockingham County Circuit Court
Clerk of Circuit Court
Bryan Hutcheson, Sheriff
Rockingham County Sheriff's Department
Sheriff of Rockingham County/Regional Jail Administrator
Dr. Oskar Scheikl, Superintendent
Rockingham County Public Schools
Local Educator
Marsha L. Garst
Commonwealth's Attorney
Attorney for the Commonwealth
Louis Nagy, Esquire Public Defender/Criminal Defense
Monica Martin, Chief Magistrate
26th Judicial District
Chief Magistrate of the 26th Judicial District
*Stephen King, Administrator
Rockingham County
Rockingham County Administrator/Executive
Ann Marie Freeman, CCJB Staff
Director, Rockingham-Harrisonburg Court Services Unit

Ellen Harrison
Executive Director, Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board

*Executive Committee

Meeting Information

MONDAY, 14 SEP 2020 AT 4:00 P.M. 

The Community Criminal Justice Board will hold its regularly meeting on Monday, September 14, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. 

The agenda will be posted on the city’s website at:

In accordance with the Emergency Ordinance to effectuate temporary changes in certain deadlines and to modify public meeting and public hearing practices and procedures to address continuity of operations associated with pandemic disaster, adopted on April 6, 2020, the public will not be able to physically attend the September 14, 2020 Community Criminal Justice Board meeting.

However, a phone line will be live where residents will be allowed to call in and speak to the CCJB during the Public Comments portion of the meeting.

The telephone number to call in is: (540) 437-2687

Residents will be able to watch the meeting live on:

• The City’s website,

• Public Education Government Channel 3

If you would like the Board to consider you for appointment to this or any of the committees, boards, commissions, etc., please email Jessica Kilby