Multnomah County LPSCC welcomes community engagement and has several ways to be involved.
Members of the public are welcome to attend the large LPSCC Executive Council. For details, see the meeting schedule.
Receive relevant emails and notifications about upcoming meetings.
We are currently seeking applications for three community representatives to each serve a two-year term as a member of the Council. The primary role of the LPSCC is to approve the County's community corrections plans and some public safety grants. In practice, the LPSCC is a forum for public safety leadership to network and share new policy, practice and data.
As a community representative, you will have the opportunity to contribute to these important discussions. Community representatives are full voting members who help ensure a wide range of perspectives are represented.
To be eligible for this position, you must meet the following minimum qualifications:
- Reside in Multnomah County
- Attend monthly meetings. The executive committee currently meets monthly on the fourth Monday of each month from 1:30 to 3 p.m. (For more information about executive committee meetings, visit multco.us/lpscc/2023-lpscc-executive-committee-meetings.)
- Have experience with or knowledge of the criminal legal system
- Demonstrate some understanding of policy and/or experience working with policymakers
Preference is given to applicants who show they have:
- Lived or learned experience with the criminal legal system
- An understanding of how the criminal legal system impacts Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities
If you are interested, please apply by Friday, November 10, 2023. Applications will be reviewed in the subsequent weeks and individuals will be informed once decisions are made.
Community Representative Application
Want to know more before applying?
Feel free to email us with any questions, or attend an informal virtual Q&A session to learn more about LPSCC and the community representative role.
Additional Information about LPSCC