Local Public Safety Coordinating Council
Klamath County's Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC) was established by Senate Bill 1145 (1995) to coordinate policy among affected criminal justice entities. Since 2014, the LPSCC has developed and approved the county’s Justice Reinvestment Grant program. Justice Reinvestment Grant program
The LPSCC meets on the First Wednesday of every month.
- A. The professional judgement of criminal justice decision-makers is enhanced when informed by evidence-based knowledge.
- B. Every point of interaction in the criminal justice system offers an opportunity for harm reduction.
- C. Systems achieve better outcomes when they operate collaboratively.
- D. The criminal justice system will continually learn and improve when professionals make decisions based on collection, analysis, and use of data and other information.
WHO ARE WE?
The Local Public Safety Coordinating Council includes decision makers from among criminal justice, mental health, and related entities. ORS 423.560 outlines a required membership of the LPSCC, however, Klamath County has added additional community members beyond the statutory requirement. A list of the statutorily required members can be found .
DOCUMENTS AND RESOURCES
- Klamath County LPSCC Bylaws
- LSPCC ORS's
- Adult Community Corrections Plan
- Juvenile Crime Prevention Plan
- Justice Reinvestment Project Summary and Budget
- District Attorney, Sheriff, Klamath County 911, City police
- Klamath County Circuit Court
- Mental Health
- Public Health
- Sky Lakes Medical Center
- Klamath Tribes
- Community Victim Services