Tennessee Community Resource Board
(The information within this site is maintained by the Tennessee Community Resource Board. The Tennessee Department of Correction provides access to this information for the user's convenience.)
The Tennessee Community Resource Board (TCRB) is an advisory board that was established pursuant to the legislative authority granted in Tennessee Code Annotated §41-10-105. The purpose and goals of the organization are to coordinate with and assist the Tennessee Department of Correction and the Board of Parole in developing and utilizing volunteer resources and services in assisting formerly incarcerated individuals, parolees, probationers, and soon to be returning citizens in reintegrating into society and our communities as productive, law-abiding citizens.
TCRB is composed of seventeen (17) volunteer board members. The speakers of the House of Representatives and the Senate each appoint a member to serve on the board. The remaining 15 members are appointed from each grand division of the state.
The TCRB is scheduled to meet each quarter. The next meeting date is still to be determined.