Community Policy and Management Team (CPMT)


  • Meets every third Wednesday of each month at 3PM
  • CSA Conference Room
    224 N. Main Street
    Hopewell, VA 23860


  • Wanda Brown, CSA Director, Staff
  • Woody F. Harris – Court Services
    Term started April 1, 2018
  • Jennifer Kirkland – District 19
    Term started April 1, 2018
  • Dr. Melody Hackney – School Board
    Term started April 1, 2018
  • Alton Hart Jr. – Crater Health District
    Term started April 1, 2018
  • Councilor Janice Denton
    Term started April 1, 2018
  • Parent Representative
  • Councilor
  • Nicole Barnes – Service Provider
    Term Started March 1, 2020
  • Joan Gosier – Treasurer – Crater Health District
    Term started April 1, 2018
  • Raymond Spicer – Director, Social Services
    Term started April 1, 2018
  • Shania Majette – Virginia Health Department
    Term started April 1, 2018

Number of Members: Seven Board Members

Pursuant to Va. Code § 2.2-5205, The community policy and management team to be appointed by the local governing body shall include, at a minimum, at least one elected official or appointed official or his designee from the governing body of a locality that is a member of the team, and the local agency heads or their designees of the following community agencies: community services board established pursuant to § 37.2-501, juvenile court services unit, department of health, department of social services and the local school division. The team shall also include a representative of a private organization or association of providers for children’s or family services if such organizations or associations are located within the locality, and a parent representative. Parent representatives who are employed by a public or private program that receives funds pursuant to this chapter or agencies represented on a community policy and management team may serve as a parent representative provided that they do not, as a part of their employment, interact directly on a regular and daily basis with children or supervise employees who interact directly on a daily basis with children. Notwithstanding this provision, foster parents may serve as parent representatives. Those persons appointed to represent community agencies shall be authorized to make policy and funding decisions for their agencies. The local governing body may appoint other members to the team including, but not limited to, a local government official, a local law-enforcement official and representatives of other public agencies. When any combination of counties, cities or counties, and cities establishes a community policy and management team, the membership requirements previously set out shall be adhered to by the team as a whole.

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