CGJA’s committees do a bulk of the work of the Association. Our current standing committees and their chairs are listed here, along with a thumbnail description of their primary duties. For more information about each committee click on the committee’s name. Contact Information is provided for the convenience of those interested in communicating with us about grand jury and/or CGJA matters. Click on the committee chair’s name to send email. Please respect the privacy of those listed and do not use this contact information for any other purpose, including solicitations or communications on subjects other than grand juries or CGJA. And please consider joining one of our committees (see Committee Volunteer Opportunities here and Volunteer Interest Form here) and help us support the California civil grand jury system.
|Committee and Chair
|Supervises the planning of the Annual Conference; suggests policy, and establishes procedures to plan, coordinate and host the conference.
|Oversee all awards, including the Angelo Rolando Service Award, Excellence in Reporting, Local Achievement, and Certificates of Special Recognition.
|Bylaws and Policies Review
|Reviews proposed amendments to CGJA Bylaws and Policies or committee procedures and periodically conducts Bylaw and Policy updates.
|Oversees the financial management of the Association.
|Legal & Legislative Resources
|Provides answers to questions regarding grand jury law process, powers and jurisdiction; monitors legislative activity regarding issues that affect the grand jury system.
|Membership and Chapter Relations
|Encourages membership in CGJA as well as in local chapters; facilitates exchange of best practices among the chapters; ensures coordination of members and chapters with Association initiatives.
|Supervises annual election of directors and submits recommended slate of officers on even-numbered years.
|Publishes Journal, educates public in support of California’s regular grand juries.
|Oversees and supports the technical, data, and communications resources and deploys cohesive technology strategy across the Association ensuring the security and privacy of its financial, legal, and membership information; manages the website.
|Develops and conducts annual training programs for grand jurors, alternates, and grand jury legal advisors presented at statewide locations.