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Violence against Women in KentuckyA History of U.S. and State Legislative Reform$

Carol E. Jordan

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780813144917

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: September 2014

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813144917.001.0001

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(p.389) Appendix C Membership on Task Forces and Councils

(p.389) Appendix C Membership on Task Forces and Councils

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Violence against Women in Kentucky
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University Press of Kentucky

Attorney General’s Task Force on Domestic Violence Crime (1991)

Cochairs

Honorable Julia H. Adams

Honorable Stanley Billingsley

Legislative Membership

Senator Walter Baker

Senator Susan Johns

Senator David Karem (designee: Marie Abrams)

Representative Richard H. Lewis

Representative Marshall Long

Office of the Attorney General Staff

E. Blair Bottom

Travis Fritsch

Marcia Johnson

Barbara Whaley

Membership

Mary Acklin, Department for Employment Services

Honorable Karen Alfano, Appalachian Research & Defense Fund of Kentucky Inc.

(p.390) Major Neal Brittain, Kentucky State Police

Honorable Don Buring, Commonwealth’s attorney, Sixteenth Judicial Circuit

Betsy Coffey, Corrections Cabinet

Honorable Michael E. Conliffe, county attorney, Thirtieth Judicial District (represented by Hon. Jerry Bowles, Domestic Violence Unit)

Sharon A. Currens, executive director, Kentucky Domestic Violence Association

Barbara Curry, commissioner of social services, Lexington-Fayette County, KY (represented by Teri Faragher, Domestic Violence Prevention Board)

Kathy W. Frederich, adult protection specialist, Department for Social Services

Jim D. Greene, Jefferson County sheriff

Honorable Barbara Gregg, alderman, Louisville, KY

Honorable Margo Grubbs, Florence, KY

Doug Hamilton, chief, Louisville Police Department (represented by Officer Jackie Taylor, domestic violence liaison; Hon. Paul Guagliardo, legal counsel)

Honorable Ernest A. Jasmin, Commonwealth’s attorney, Thirtieth Judicial Circuit

Sherry Johnson, Hebron, KY

Carol E. Jordan, director, Sexual and Domestic Violence Program, Department for Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services

Betty Lawrence, circuit court clerk, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit

Malinda Martin, director, Science and Human Development, Department of Education

Honorable Dan Mason, Northeast Kentucky Legal Services

Honorable Keith McCormick, assistant Commonwealth’s attorney, Twenty-First Judicial Circuit

Robert McKinney, commissioner, Department of Criminal Justice Training, Eastern Kentucky University

Honorable Stephen K. Mershon, Thirtieth Judicial Circuit, Family Court Division

Ralph Orms, president, Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police

Honorable Gary Payne, Twenty-Second Judicial District

Marcia Roth, director, Jefferson County Office for Women

Tom Scillian, sheriff and president, Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association

Honorable Stephen M. Shewmaker, Fiftieth Judicial Circuit

(p.391) Honorable Norrie Wake, county attorney, Twenty-Second Judicial District

Larry Walsh, chief, Division of Police, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (represented by Lt. Jack Gurnee)

Marsha Weinstein, executive director, Kentucky Commission on Women Honorable C. Renee Williams, Fifth Judicial District

Legislative Task Force on Domestic Violence (1994)

Cochairs

Representative Leonard Gray

Senator Jeff Green

Legislative Membership

Representative Mike Bowling

Senator Fred Bradley

Representative Paul Mason

Senator Michael Moloney

Representative Stephen R. Nunn

Representative Ruth Ann Palumbo

Senator John David Preston

Representative Frank Rasche

Senator Elizabeth Tori

Legislative Research Commission Staff

Mac Lewis

Scott Varland

Susan Lewis Warfield

Professional Staff

Sharon A. Currens, executive director, Kentucky Domestic Violence Association

Carol E. Jordan, director, Sexual and Domestic Violence Program, Department for Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services

(p.392) Membership

Honorable Jerry Bowles, director, Domestic Violence Unit, Office of the Jefferson County Attorney

Baretta Casey, MD, chair, Domestic Violence Committee, Kentucky Medical Association

Sharon A. Currens, executive director, Kentucky Domestic Violence Association

Kathy Frederich, adult protection specialist, Department for Social Services

Major Dennis Goss, Information Services Branch, Kentucky State Police

Honorable Lana Grandon, assistant attorney general, Office of the Attorney General

Paul Isaacs, director, Administrative Office of the Courts

Susan Johns, former state senator

Carol E. Jordan, director, Sexual and Domestic Violence Program, Department for Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services

Honorable Peter C. Macdonald, Third Judicial District

Honorable Steve Mershon, Thirtieth Judicial Circuit, Family Court Division

Honorable Lewis Paisley, Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit

Marcia Roth, director, Jefferson County Office for Women

Chuck Sayre, commissioner, Department of Criminal Justice Training

Tom Scillian, sheriff and president, Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association

Marsha Weinstein, executive director, Kentucky Commission on Women

Honorable Virginia Whittinghill, Thirtieth Judicial District

Major Kathy Witt, office of the Fayette County Sheriff

Governor’s Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (1996–2000)

Leadership

Former governor John Y. Brown Jr., cochair

First Lady Judi Conway Patton, cochair

Carol E. Jordan, executive director, office of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Services, Office of the Governor, vice chair

(p.393) Honorable Julia Adams, Twenty-Fifth Judicial Circuit, First Division, vice chair (1996–1998)

Honorable Jerry Bowles, Thirtieth Judicial Circuit, Family Division, vice chair (1998–2000)

Staff

Carol E. Jordan, executive director, Office of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Services, Office of the Governor

Legislative Membership

Senator Robert L. Jackson

Representative Stephen R. Nunn

Representative Kathy W. Stein

Senator Elizabeth Tori

Representative Rob Wilkey

Membership

Kim Allen, executive director, Kentucky Criminal Justice Council

Clayton Bradley, Franklin County Council on Family Abuse

Ed Brady, chief of police, Henderson Police Department

Honorable A. B. Chandler III, Office of the Attorney General (designee: Hon. Tamara Gormley)

Sharon A. Currens, executive director, Kentucky Domestic Violence Association

Teri Faragher, executive director, Fayette County Domestic Violence Prevention Board

Becci Fulks, assistant service region administrator, Cabinet for Family and Children

Sharon Green, victim advocate, Graves County

Becky Hagan, president, Kentucky Domestic Violence Association

Jimmy D. Helton, secretary, Cabinet for Health Services

Pam Johnson, client services representative, Center for Women and Families

Carol E. Jordan, executive director, Office of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Services, Office of the Governor

Honorable Cicely Lambert, executive director, Administrative Office of the Courts

(p.394) Honorable Ernie Lewis, Office of the Public Advocate

Honorable Peter C. Macdonald, Third Judicial District, First Division

Viola P. Miller, secretary, Cabinet for Families and Children (designee: Bonnie Hommrich)

Honorable George Moore, Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney, Twenty-First Judicial Circuit

Genie K. Potter, executive director, Kentucky Commission on Women

Honorable H. B. Quinn, Office of the County Attorney, Fifty-Sixth Judicial District

Doug Sapp, commissioner, Department of Corrections

Honorable Robert F. Stephens, secretary, Justice Cabinet

Diane Thompson, circuit clerk, Tenth Judicial Circuit

Annette Toler, physician, Shelby County

Robert Walker, assistant professor, University of Kentucky

Kathy Witt, Office of the Fayette County Sheriff

Governor’s Task Force on Sexual Assault (1999)

Honorary Chair

First Lady Judi Conway Patton

Cochairs

Honorable Joni L. Jenkins

Honorable Steve A. Wilson

Legislative Membership

Representative Charles Geveden

Senator Marshall Long

Senator Robert Stivers

Governor’s Office Staff

Carol E. Jordan, executive director, Governor’s Office of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Services

(p.395) Karen Quinn, legal counsel, Governor’s office of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Services

Membership

Kim Allen, executive director, Kentucky Criminal Justice Council

Beverly Bleidt, PhD, therapist, Louisville, KY

Honorable Michael Bowling, Bowling, Johnson, & Costanzo

Honorable Glenda Bradshaw, assistant county attorney, Thirtieth Judicial District

Paul Carter, assistant chief, Paducah City Police Department

Ed Crockett, Administrative Office of the Courts

Sergeant Alecia Edgington, Kentucky State Police

Carol E. Jordan, executive director, Governor’s office of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Services

Honorable Tom Lockridge, Commonwealth’s attorney, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit

Honorable John G. McNeill, Landrum & Shouse

Phyllis Millspaugh, executive director, Rape Crisis and Prevention Center

Honorable Lewis G. Paisley, Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit, Division 6

Doug Sapp, commissioner, Department of Corrections

Marigail Sexton, executive director, Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs

Miriam Silman, Rape Victim Services Program Tom Thomas, RN, SANE, King’s Daughters Medical Center (p.396)