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LPSCC Annual Conference

The 2013 Annual LPSCC Conference will be held in Portland on January 11, 2013. 

2013 LPSCC What Works Conference Information (pdf)

Lane County LPSCC Report Card:
Adult Report Card
Juvenile Report Card
Report Card Databook
LPSCC Conference Presentation (ppt)
Multnomah County LPSCC Report
Year in Review Benton County

Local Public Safety Coordinating Councils (LPSCC)
In 1997, Oregon lawmakers enacted legislation that required counties to convene local public safety coordinating councils (LPSCC) that would, at a minimum, develop and recommend to the County Board of Commissioners a plan for the use of state resources to serve the local offender population, and state and local resources to serve the needs of that part of the local offender population who are at least 15 years of age and less than 18 years of age. The plan must provide for coordination of community-wide services involving prevention, treatment, education, employment resources and intervention strategies. LPSCC's are also charged with coordinating local criminal justice policy among affected criminal justice entities.
Phone contact list for LPSCC's (pdf) (updated Nov. 2012)
LPSCC's Legal Updates (2009)

LPSCC Report to Legislature
2010 LPSCC Report to Legislature
2009 LPSCC Report to Legislature 
2007 LPSCC Report to Legislature