I. There is hereby established a juvenile justice advisory board. The board shall act in an advisory capacity and make recommendations to the commissioner relative to programs and services provided to children at the youth development center and the youth services center.
   II. The board shall be composed of the following members:
      (a) Four members from the house of representatives, one of whom shall be a member of the house finance committee, 2 of whom shall be members of the children and family law committee, and one of whom shall be a member of the criminal justice and public safety committee, appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives.
      (b) One member from the senate, appointed by the president of the senate.
      (c) The director of the unit of juvenile justice services within the department.
      (d) A representative of the department of health and human services who is responsible for mental health services, designated by the commissioner of health and human services.
      (e) The commissioner of the department of education or designee.
      (f) One district or family court judge, appointed by the administrative justice of the district courts.
      (g) Two human services administrators, one from an urban county and one from a rural county, appointed by the executive director or other appropriate appointing authority of the New Hampshire Association of Counties.
      (h) Seven members, appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the council, which shall include 2 members representing the interests of business and industry, 2 parents of children who are receiving or have received services from the department, one member of state or local law enforcement, and 2 members from the general public.
      (i) One juvenile probation and parole officer, appointed by the commissioner of the department of health and human services.
      (j) [Repealed.]
   III. Members of the advisory board shall serve without compensation provided that legislative members shall receive mileage at the legislative rate while attending to the duties of the board.