Lawrence residents Anne "Petey" Cerf and Stephen Hill have been appointed to the 12-member Koch Crime Commission Drugs Task Force.
Cerf is a long-time Lawrence community activist and a charter member of the Drug Policy Foundation in Washington, D.C. She is also a member of the Physicians for a National Health Program, Cambridge, Mass.; Kansans for Improvement of Nursing Homes Inc.; and the board of directors of The Villages Inc.
Hill is an account executive with Dean Witter Reynolds Inc. and has a master's degree from Harvard University. He also has undergraduate degrees from Kansas University and University of Birmingham, England.
The Koch commission examines crime problems in Kansas, assesses crime reduction and crime prevention alternatives, and makes recommendations on effective and efficient actions to be taken.