Senate Republican Office
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AUGUSTA – Senator Kimberley Rosen (R-Hancock) has been appointed to serve on the Senate Standing Committee on Conduct and Ethics and the Joint Standing Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety (CJPS) for the 129th Legislature. Senator Rosen served as Chair of CJPS during the 127th and 128th Legislature. Rosen also previously served on the Transportation Committee and the Environment and Natural Resources Committee.
The jurisdiction of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee includes the Maine Criminal Code; Maine Juvenile Code; Maine Bail Code; criminal law and criminal procedure; sentencing; Criminal Law Advisory Commission; Department of Public Safety; law enforcement; Criminal Justice Academy; victims’ rights; Department of Corrections; adult and juvenile corrections; intensive supervision; probation and parole; county jails; community corrections; Board of Corrections; operating under the influence; operating after suspension; habitual offenders; fire safety and arson; firearms; concealed firearms permits; private investigators; security guards; and Maine Emergency Management Agency.
“I am happy to have once again been appointed to serve on the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee,” Rosen said. “I am confident that my prior experience has prepared me well for topics that will be before the committee over the next two years.”