LPSCC Executive Committee convenes the second Monday of the month from 1:30-3pm in room 315 (unless noted otherwise.)
Agendas and materials for each meeting are linked below when they become available. Minutes are posted after the Executive Committee has approved them.
2018 Meetings (subject to change)
February 12, 2018--Large Executive Committee and Attendees. Note, this meeting is at Gresham City Hall.
No June Meeting
No November Meeting (Veteran's Day Observed)
December 10, 2018
This meeting focused on the Multnomah County and Criminal Justice legislative priorities.
Presentations included OrCRM Tri-County Summit update and Victims' Portal "Case Companion" update.
The agenda focused on the Juvenile Detention Reform updates and Community Healing Initiative Early Intervention (CHI EI) outcomes.
Juvenile Detention Utilization and Length of Stay Analysis password: detention
The agenda includes updates on the developing Women's Program (transitional housing funded by MacArthur) and about the Justice Reinvestment Supplemental Programming.
On May 14th LPSCC heard and discussed updates about the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Program and Treatment First.
The meeting topics included information about Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPO), the new Assessment and Recovery Community Housing Program, and updates on LPSCC-related work.
The August meeting focused on the Oregon Youth Authority's Feeder System Study. There was also a demonstration of the Defenders Re-entry Switchboard.
The September meeting included some updates and a video from Word is Bond and information about the CSEC (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children) system redesign and new providers.
The October agenda included a review of the Possession of Controlled Substances Report, an update on the Diane Wade House, and an overview of the Safety and Justice Challenge Community Engagement Grant Application.
The agenda included presentations on the Opioid Rapid Response Project and on the completed Parent Partnership Handbook. LPSCC members shared their 2019 Legislative Priorities.