Olmsted County Justice Council (OCJC) was established in December 2013. OJCC is committed to providing the coordinated leadership necessary to establish cohesive public policies that are based on research, evaluation, and monitoring of policy decisions and program implementations. The OJCC is committed to innovative corrections programs for adult and juvenile offenders.
The mission of OCJC is to study, evaluate, create, and implement effective and efficient justice policies and strategies to address vital Olmsted County justice issues. OCJC's membership is comprised of leaders from the City of Rochester, Olmsted County, and State of MN who represent justice-involved departments. The members work collaboratively to establish cohesive public policies that promote a world-class system of justice services in our communities.
The OCJC meets on the second Tuesday of the month. The meeting is held at the Olmsted County Government Center. The time of the meeting is from 6 - 8 p.m.