LPSCC Executive Committee convenes the second Monday of the month from 1:30-3pm in room 315 of the Multnomah Building (unless noted otherwise.) These are public meetings.
Agendas and materials for each meeting are linked below when they become available. Minutes are posted after the Executive Committee has approved them.
2019 Meetings (subject to change)
No February Meeting
No August Meeting
November--No Meeting Due to Veterans Day Observance
The Justice Reinvestment Outcomes Report was presented and discussed at the January meeting.
The LPSCC meeting included Abbey Stamp providing ideas for the annual What Works Conference; Jeston Black giving updates on the Multnomah County 2019 State Legislative Agenda; and Captain Claudio Grandjean providing an overview of the Gresham Police Department's launch of Body Worn Cameras.
The April LPSCC meeting was dedicated to local law enforcement presentations of crime trends.
The May meeting agenda includes the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission's Cost Avoidance Report, Oregon legislative updates, and Multnomah County LPSCC updates.
The June meeting was dedicated to presentations and the approval of the Mental Health Court, DISP, STOP and START court applications.
Consultants from The California Partnerships for Safe Communities and the National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform shared information on a gun violence reduction strategy.
The September agenda includes updates and discussion of recent budget cuts, the upcoming Safety and Justice Challenge grant proposal, and MHASD's plans for new legislative funding around Aid & Assist.
The October meeting had a juvenile focus, including policy recommendations from the Violence Prevention Coordination Team and Juvenile Justice reform efforts around probation and detention.
The December agenda consisted of approving the Community Corrections Plan, updates on changes to Mental Health Court, and MacArthur Safety & Justice Challenge strategy updates.