This proposal provides staff to the Criminal Justice Advisory Council (CJAC) and the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC) to work with criminal justice agencies, and...
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Currently we are using two different styles of video conferencing within Multnomah County. County IT has implemented an ISDN connection type using Poly Com equipment, and the...
This is a joint offer with the District Attorney and Sheriff’s Office to improve investigations and prosecution rates for crimes against elders and persons with disabilities....
This in-jail alcohol and drug program will treat 100 men and 50 women at any one time. It is designed to treat both pre-trial and sentenced offenders assessed as needing...
Summary of the What Works in Criminal Justice Conference, 2011. Conference theme: Juvenile Justice Grounded in Youth Development.
On January 11, 2013, legislators, public safety leaders, policy experts, and other stakeholders will come together to discuss the work and findings of the Governor's 2012 Commission on Public Safety.
Multnomah County's Local Public Safety Coordinating Council holds the What Works conference annually to provide state ®ional policy makers information that will guide their decision-making.
What Works: Leveraging health care transformation to improve behavioral health and public safety outcomes
Summary of the 2010 What Works conference. This conference featured national policy experts on evidence-based best practices for justice reinvestment in a time of slim budgets.
This proposal provides secure wireless internet access to DA / Attorney / other interested agencies in each courtroom In Multnomah County Court. The proposal includes courtrooms at Distri...
This offer proposes reopening a work release center for 120 program participants. The program would serve male and female criminal justice clients who are completing a court...
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs funded by Multnomah County have had a difficult time recruiting, hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. This program offer will add one staff person devoted t...
This working group was formed to examine how criminal justice agencies can reduce repeated domestic violence.
Working Group on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Planning Task and Plan
This working group was established to identify and analyze crime problems in Multnomah County and to devise and implement strategies to address those problems.
This working group was formed to determine if, and to what extent, racially or ethnically-based decision-making and disparity exists in Multnomah County’s criminal justice system.
The next Youth & Gang Violence Steering Committee meeting is on Monday, November 26th, at the Multnomah Building
The Youth and Gang Violence Steering Committee is committed to collaborating and communicating across systems and with affected communities.
LPSCC prepares periodic reports to detail the progress and activities of the Executive Committee, its affiliated workgroups & staff. These reports are also used to set new directions for the Council.
Meeting dates & times, topics, agendas, minutes, and materials.
LPSCC Executive Committee Meetings dates, topics, agendas, minutes, and presentations for 2016.
LPSCC Executive Committee Meetings dates, topics, agendas, minutes, and presentations for 2018
LPSCC Executive Committee Meetings dates, topics, agendas, minutes, and presentations
Annette Majekodunmi biography