Get Involved

Multnomah County LPSCC welcomes community engagement and has several ways to be involved.

Attend Meetings

Members of the public are welcome to attend the large LPSCC Executive Council. For details, see the meeting schedule.

Sign up for our email list 

Receive relevant emails and notifications about upcoming meetings.

Volunteer

LPSCC membership is mandated by state statute and county ordinance. We are currently accepting applications for two community representatives and two representatives of community-based nonprofit organizations providing services for crime victims to sit on the Council. This is a two-year commitment.

Community Representative will:

  • Reside in Multnomah County
  • Have background and knowledge of the criminal justice system
  • Have an understanding of criminal justice policy
  • Attend monthly LPSCC meetings
  • May also serve on LPSCC Subcommittees

Victim Services Representative will:

  • Be a representative of a community-based nonprofit providing services to victims of crime
  • Have background and knowledge of the criminal justice system
  • Have an understanding of criminal justice policy
  • Attend monthly LPSCC meetings
  • May also serve on LPSCC Subcommittees

How to Apply

Victims Services Representative

Community Representative

Process

If you are interested, please apply before Tuesday, April 10, 2018.  Applications will be reviewed in the subsequent weeks and individuals will be informed no later than April 30.  The representative’s two-year-term begins on July 1 of this year.  

Additional Information about LPSCC

About LPSCC
Executive Committee Members
2018 Meeting Schedule
Subcommittees
Structure, Mission, and Statute
Contact Us