POST ADJUDICATION REVIEW BOARD • STATE BOARD MEMBERS
The State Post Adjudication Review Advisory Board meets at least three times a year. Meeting dates are determined in accordance to the State Board’s by-laws.
By statute (10 O.S. 1116.6), the State Post Adjudication Review Advisory Board consists of twenty-one members appointed by the Governor. Five appointees must be judges, eight appointees must be active members of local PARBs, three appointees must represent the foster care community and five appointees are selected from the public-at-large. The administrative heads of the divisions within the Department of Human Services and the Office of Juvenile Affairs having foster care responsibilities or their designees shall serve as ex-officio members of the board.
The board meetings are open to the public and local PARB members are always welcome to attend. Local PARB members are also invited and encouraged to express their ideas and concerns to the board through the coordinator or any member of the board.
As of June 2020, the state advisory board members are: