VT to Establish Racial Disparities Advisory Board

Vermont will soon have a Racial Disparities in Criminal and Juvenile Justice System Advisory Panel.  VT’s Attorney General Thomas J. Donovan, Jr. announced Wednesday that he will name members of Advisory Panel within 30 days. The law provides for the Attorney General to appoint five members, drawn from diverse backgrounds to represent the interests of communities of color throughout the State, who have experience working to implement racial justice reform.

The Attorney General asks interested Vermonters to submit a statement of interest by Monday, June 19th, to Assistant Attorney General David Scherr. You can reach Assistance Attorney General Scherr by calling (802) 828-3189.

One thought on “VT to Establish Racial Disparities Advisory Board

  1. Bill Realist

    Wonder how much this will cost….30-40 million a year? For the last 20 years I have been on the other side of the river looking over at my former state with sadness. Remembering the glory it once was but now just sickened by the war torn progressive battleground it has now become.

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