LPSCC Executive Committee generally meets from 7:30 am to 9:00 am on the first Tuesday of the month - exceptions are noted in bold below. Meetings are held in the room 315 of the Multnomah Building at 501 SE Hawthorne, unless otherwise noted.
Agendas and materials for each meeting are linked below when they become available. Minutes are posted after the Executive Committee has approved them.
2015 Meeting Dates
- Friday, January 9, 2014--What Works in Public Safety Conference
- January 13, 2015--MCJRP Work Session
- February 3, 2015
- March 3, 2015
- March 31, 2015 LPSCC Retreat
- April 7, 2015
- May 5, 2015
- June 2, 2015
- July 7, 2015
- No August Meeting
- September 1, 2015
- September 29, 2015 in the county board room
- November 3, 2015
- December 1, 2015
This meeting was a work session for the Executive Committee members to discuss and help develop the FY16 Multnomah County Justice Reinvestment Program (MCJRP) budget. This meeting took place in room B14 of the Multnomah Building.
At this meeting, new LPSCC members were introduced, and agency and department legislative priorities were shared. Another topic was Mental Health and Public Safety: Abbey Stamp provided a LPSCC year in review, and consultant Lore Joplin presented the findings and recommendations of the Mental Health Jail Diversion Feasibility Study, which is a product of Commissioner Judy Shiprack's budget note.
The March meeting agenda includes the Ad Hoc Grant Committee, an update on the intersection of public safety and Portland Public Schools, a discussion of the Justice Reinvestment FY 16 budget, and follow-up to the Mental Health Jail Diversion Feasibility Study.
The April meeting centered on prioritizing the juvenile justice focus of LPSCC in 2015. The meeting also included highlights from the LPSCC Year End Report and the 2014 Pubic Safety Trends Report. There were also some legislative updates.
The May meeting agenda included follow-up on LPSCC's juvenile justice priorities, information and discussion around the modified Virginia Risk Assessment Tool, and discussion around the MCJRP quarterly report and program evaluation.
The meeting in June included an update on the Department of Justice Settlement, information about the MacArthur Foundation's Safety and Justice Challenge (SJC), and details about the Chair's budget.
The July meeting included an update from the LPSCC Mental Health and Public Safety Subcommittee, which highlighted the Multnomah Behavioral Health Treatment Court Initiative. There were also several updates on public safety legislative bills including mental health, marijuana, family sentencing alternatives, and class action law suits.
The meeting on September 1st included the approval of the Multnomah County Community Corrections Plan, a continued conversation around legalized marijuana and public safety, and a discussion around national trends in juvenile justice.
The agenda included presentations from Emergency Management and IT Security.
The November meeting focused on updates on exclusionary discipline from public schools.
The December meeting included updates from CSEC (Commercial Exploitation of Children) and from CHI Early Intervention and CHI Mentoring programs.