The Alamance County Board of Commissioners is seeking citizens to fill five vacancies on the newly approved Alamance County Justice Advisory Council. Each appointee will be appointed to a 3-year term and no more than three consecutive terms may be served. The five (5) appointed positions are as follows:

  • Member of the Clergy or lay person active in community service
  • Defense Attorney who is a member of local bar association
  • Licensed Psychiatrist
  • Mental Health Consumer or Advocate (NAMI Representative)
  • Domestic Violence Victim, Advocate, or Family Member

The purpose of the Alamance County Justice Advisory Council is to provide oversight for the criminal justice continuum in a comprehensive, community-based and cross-discipline approach as it responds to issues that require a community response including Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking, Mental Illness and Detention and other justice related issues. The Council consists of 19 standing members, by virtue of their position in the county and the above noted 5 appointed members.

Meetings: Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month from 8:00 am to 9:30 am, at the Family Justice Center, 1950 Martin St, Burlington.

TO APPLY: Please visit our website: and submit an online application, or download a copy of the application and submit it via email to the Clerk to the Board at: or by postal mail:

Alamance County Office Building
Attn: T. Frink, Clerk to the Board
124 West Elm Street
Graham, NC 27253

You can stop by the County Office Building and pick up an application or contact the Clerk to the Board at 336-570-4042.

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