Official Website of Shelby County Indiana Government
State of Indiana Justice Reinvestment Advisory Council (JRAC)…

or, House Enrolled Act 1068, was signed into law by Governor Holcomb on April 8, 2021 (effective July 1, 2021). Also known as Public Law 30-2021, this legislation established a local Justice Reinvestment Advisory Council (Local JRAC) in each county [IC 33-38-9.5-4].

Local JRACs are required:

  • to promote the use of evidence-based and best practices in the areas of community-based sentencing alternatives and recidivism reduction
  • review, evaluate, and make recommendations about local practices (community-based corrections and jail overcrowding)
  • compile reports as directed by the State JRAC
  • communicate with the State JRAC to establish and implement best practices and to ensure consistent collection and reporting of data

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Shelby County Justice Reinvestment Advisory Council (JRAC)

All meetings are held at Shelby County Probation (20 West Polk Street Shelbyville, IN 46176). Any changes to dates, times or location will be posted here.

Meeting Calendar and Agenda Minutes

September 14th, 2022

Wednesday, October 19th at 12:00 pm

Wednesday, November 23rd at 12:00 pm

Wednesday, December 14th at 12:00 pm

Current Shelby County JRAC Members

Kent Apsley

Stephen Black Terri Bodine

Shana Carrell

John DePrez

Lindsay Devine Sarah Dudley

Andy Eads

James Garrett

Louie Koch Brad Landwerlen

Leigh Langkabel

Keyen Macklin

Josh Martin Jeramiah McAdams

Trent Meltzer

Don Parker

David Riggins Bradley Rund

Scarlett Tinsley-Price

Jared Sipes

Scott Spears

Jennifer Weimer

Chair: Scott Spears

Vice Chair: Scarlett Tinsley-Price

Secretary: Lindsay Devine

Shelby County JRAC Governing Documents
Ground Rules
System Map
System Improvement Goals
Vision and Mission Statements
Jail Crowding Evaluation and Recommendations
Performance Measures
Criminal Justice Research Projects and Reports