Colorado Revised Statute § 19-2-211
Local Juvenile Services Planning Committee, Creation, Duties
If all of the boards of commissioners of each county or the city council of each city and county in a judicial district agree, there shall be created in the judicial district a local juvenile services planning committee that shall be appointed by the chief judge of the judicial district or, for the second judicial district, the presiding judge of the Denver juvenile court from persons recommended by the boards of commissioners of each county or the city council of each city and county within the judicial district. The committee, if practicable, shall include, but need not be limited to, a representative from the county department of social services, a local school district, a local law enforcement agency, a local probation department, the division of youth corrections, private citizens, the district attorney's office, and the public defender's office and a community mental health representative and a representative of the concerns of municipalities. The committee, if created, shall meet as necessary to develop a plan for the allocation of resources for local juvenile services within the judicial district for the fiscal year. The committee is strongly encouraged to consider programs with restorative justice components when developing the plan ....