Chaired by Judge Edward Jones
The LPSCC Mental Health and Public Safety Subcommittee meets every 4 months on the 4th Tuesday from 11:45am-1:30pm in Multnomah County Courtroom 338. These meetings are a forum to share information on the work being done at the intersection of mental health and public safety and to identify, address, and initiate system improvements. In addition, LPSCC Director Abbey Stamp provides regular monthly updates on current work and future plans on the first Tuesday of the month to those who are interested. For more information, contact Christina Youssi at 503-988-5659.
- A 2005 report entitled A Study of People with Mental Illness in the Public Safety System .
- A 2002 report entitled Recommendations for Improving Options and Outcomes for Persons with Mental Illness in Multnomah County's Criminal Justice System .
- A 2000 report entitled Psychiatric Alerts in Multnomah County Jails 1995-1999: A Reducing Crime Benchmark Analysis .
- A May 2002 conference "Bridging the Gaps Between the Mental Health and Criminal Justice Systems."