Created by the Code of Virginia §66-4, the Board of Juvenile Justice ensures the development and implementation of a long-range youth services policy and advises the Governor, the Director of the Department of Juvenile Justice and the General Assembly on matters relating to youth services.
Tyren Frazier was appointed December 2014. He is the Executive Director for the Chesterfield Education Foundation.
Col. David R. Hines was appointed August 2013. He is Sheriff for Hanover County.
Dr. Scott Kizner was appointed June 2017. He is Superintendent of Stafford County Public Schools.
Dr. Robyn Diehl McDougle was appointed August 2013. She is Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Adviser for Training and Research at the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Quwanisha Hines Roman was appointed June 2017. She is Assistant Commonwealth Attorney with the Newport News Commonwealth Attorney's Office.
Dana G. Schrad was re-appointed in July 2019. She is the Executive Director of the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police and Foundation, Inc.
The Honorable Gregory Underwood was appointed in July 2019. He is the Commonwealth Attorney for the City of Norfolk.
Robert Vilchez was appointed June 2017. He is the coordinator of the Arlington Gang Prevention Task Force.
The Department of General Services and Division of Capitol Police have instituted new building security protocols for Capital Square facilities, including Main Street Centre. These guidelines must be followed when attending Board of Juvenile Justice meetings on the 12th floor. Anyone who is not a state employee assigned to Main Street Centre must sign in and sign out with the security officers in the lower lobby. You will need to show a picture ID. Please note that you will not be allowed to go directly to the meeting room after signing in with the security officers. You will need to wait for a Department of Juvenile Justice staff member to escort you, which may take several minutes, so please plan accordingly. Likewise, Department of Juvenile Justice staff will need to escort you back out after the meeting ends.