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Local Public Safety Coordinating Council Pages
Biography for LPSCC Research Project Manager Samuel Taylor
Sarah Mullen is Multnomah County's project manager for Safety and Justice Challenge-related strategies.
Funded by The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation's Safety and Justice Challenge grant, the home will provide gender-responsive, trauma-informed services that are also Afrocentric.
The 2016 What Works conference focuses on the culture shift in public safety with a look at how “tough on crime” politics are giving way to “smart on crime” approaches
Public safety stakeholders meet monthly as Multnomah County’s Local Public Safety Coordinating Council to coordinate their policies, operations & collectively address issues critical to public safety.
The What Works in Public Safety Conference was held January 9, 2015. The theme was Juvenile Justice: A Developmental Approach.
Since 1995, public safety stakeholders in the County have met monthly as the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council to coordinate their policies and operations and collectively public safety issues.
Volunteer as a Community Representative or Victim Services Representative.
DSS-J allows public safety agency users to create reports tracking events in the County public safety system, such as calls to 911, reported criminal incidents, arrests, case prosecution, etc.
The LPSCC Public Safety Trends Report presents data and statistics that provide a snapshot of the current state of Multnomah County's public safety system.
The 2017 What Works conference explored drug law and policy.
LPSCC Executive Committee Meetings dates, topics, agendas, minutes, and presentations for 2017