There are a total of 14 members on the CCAB. Members serve a two-year term; resident representatives can serve no more than three terms.
The Community Corrections Advisory Board (CCAB) was established in 1978 to meet one of the requirements of the Minnesota Community Corrections Act. Specific statutory language can be found at: Minnesota Community Corrections Act
The purpose of the Rice County Community Corrections Advisory Board is to advise, consult with, and make recommendations to the Rice County Board of Commissioners and the director/manager of the Rice County Community Corrections Department regarding the development, maintenance, funding and evaluation of the Rice County Community Corrections Department and programs.