The Wyoming Court Security Commission establishes the standards to protect life, property and the judicial process in the Wyoming court system. In establishing the standards, the commission recommends proper levels of court security to each county with due consideration of each county’s size, use of court facilities and security risks. The commission was created to be under the supervision of the Wyoming Supreme Court (W.S. Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-11-101). It is composed of the Director of the Office of Homeland Security or his designee and nine additional members for a term of three years, who may be reappointed to serve subsequent terms.