- The Criminal Justice Center is now under construction.
- The YavapaiJustice.com website was created to provide information to the public.
- You can follow along with the progress online at the YavapaiJustice.com website.
- You may submit questions on the FAQ page.
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Review New Justice Center Website
At the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting on Wednesday August 2, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors had the opportunity to review and comment on a new website launched on Monday (8/31/2020). The new website, YavapaiJustice.com says, “This website is here to provide you with the history and illustrate the need for a new Justice Center in Prescott as well as keep you updated on construction developments for this project.”
Yavapai County Public Information Officer David McAtee presented the website to the board and stated that the design and content was a collaborative effort between the County Administration, ITS and Facilities. McAtee said, “Everyone came together to make this happen and I think the public will really enjoy the information as well as the weekly updates as the construction of a new Justice Center progresses.”
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Chairman Craig Brown said during the presentation, “I am very impressed with this site and I know many of the people who have already seen it are impressed. The website is to provide information to the public and I look forward to seeing just how many people come to the site to get accurate information.”
The site contains a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page where you can read some of the most common questions as well as submit your questions, that will be answered by Yavapai County Administration. New questions may be added to the FAQ page if appropriate.
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Mary Mallory said, “I just appreciate having a place where people can go to get correct information and I am proud of the fact that this County is making good decisions in support of law enforcement for this county.”
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Randy Garrison said, “This is a great project (Justice Center) and will be so beneficial to so many of our communities, and the citizens that live on both sides of the County. I am proud of the work being done with the Justice Center as well as telling the story of how we got here. The site looks great and you have all done a terrific job with it. I appreciate all the hard work.”
For more information on the Criminal Justice Center, listen to this discussion with Sheriff-elect David Rhodes: