Attorney Bremke is appointed to the Board of the Lorain/Medina Community Based Correctional Facility (CBCF)
In 2019, Attorney Bremke was appointed to the Board of the Lorain/Medina Community Based Correctional Facility. The mission of the Lorain/Medina Community Based Correctional Facility is to ensure public safety by reducing recidivism.
The Lorain/Medina CBCF provides the Common Pleas Courts of the two participating counties with an economical, local alternative to state prison commitments for 102 male and 28 female, adult, felony offenders. The goal of the facility is to provide a range of services that will offer each resident the best opportunity to successfully reintegrate into their home community. The first male resident was admitted in November, 1997 and the first female resident was admitted in October, 2005. The CBCF has been accredited by the American Correctional Association since 2003.