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Task Force on Rule 11 ARCP and Related Matters
The Task Force on Rule 11 of the Arizona Rules of Criminal Procedure and Related Matters was established by Administrative Order No. 2022-45 as part of the Arizona Supreme Court's strategic agenda. The Arizona Supreme Court's Committee on Mental Health and the Justice System brought together a broad array of justice and mental health stakeholders to identify best practices and cross-agency protocols for those justice-involved individuals who have behavioral health care needs. The Committee's final report to the Arizona Judicial Council in 2020 included 30 recommendations are aimed at supporting and implementing polices and protocols that will improve interactions with those individuals who have behavioral health care needs and become involved in the justice system.
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You may attend the meetings in person or by conference call. If joining by conference call, please ensure that your telephone is muted. Do not place the call on hold. The “Call to the Public” portion of the agenda is provided for public comment. Each public comment is limited to 3 minutes.
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You may address the committee by submitting (1) your name, (2) who you are representing, and (3) subject you wish to speak about. The Chair will call the name of each person when it is time to speak. Please listen to those who go before you and try to avoid repeating statements.

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For general inquiries, please feel free to contact committee support staff at:
[email protected]
(602) 452-3196
Arizona Supreme Court
Administrative Office of the Courts
1501 W. Washington St., Suite 410
Phoenix, AZ 85007-3222