Criminal Justice Coordinating Council


Meets quarterly, fourth Tuesday from 8 - 9 a.m.

220 S. Main St., 1st Floor Conference Room
Bel Air, MD 21014

For information or agenda additions, contact:
Joseph Cluster, 410-638-4450

Agendas & minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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All terms expire December 7, 2026

  • Joseph Cluster, Chair
    County executive's designee
  • Lauren Arikan
    House of Delegates
  • The Honorable Yolanda Curtin
    Circuit Court judge
  • John Janowich
    Office of the Public Defender
  • Megan Deacon
    Juvenile Services Agency
  • The Honorable Susan Hazlett
    District Court judge
  • Lara Stone
    District Court clerk
  • Alison Healey
    State's Attorney
  • Lt. Timothy M. Mullin
    Maryland State Police
  • Shaun Rutherford
    Parole & Probation Division
  • James Reilly
    Harford County Council
  • Chief Henry Trabert
    Aberdeen Police Department
  • Chief Charles Moore
    Bel Air Police Department
  • Chief Teresa G. Walter
    Havre de Grace Police Department

About the council

The council was created by Harford County Resolution 33-88 to coordinate common needs and issues of the local criminal justice agencies. This council is comprised of a representative from each of the following organizations:
  • Aberdeen Police Department
  • Bel Air Police Department
  • Circuit Court of Harford County
  • County Council
  • County Executive
  • District Court of Harford County
  • Division of Parole and Probation
  • Harford County Delegation
  • Harford County Sheriff's Office
  • Havre de Grace Police Department
  • Juvenile Services Agency
  • Maryland State Police
  • Office of the Public Defender
  • Office of the State's Attorney

Members are appointed by the county executive and confirmed by the county council. Their term of appointment is coterminous with the county executive. The county executive or his designee shall serve as chair. The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council will meet at least four times a year to discuss common needs and problems of the local criminal justice agencies, including coordination of the agencies' efforts.