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Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC)

Yamhill County's Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC) was established by Senate Bill 1145 (1995) to coordinate local criminal justice policy among affected criminal justice entities and since 2014, develop and approve their county’s Justice Reinvestment Grant program. 

To carry out this mission, the LPSCC holds meetings every other month. The bylaws of the LPSCC identify the vision, mission, purpose, and principles that the LPSCC abides by.  The bylaws also govern the way the group functions as well as the roles and responsibilities of its officers.

The Local Public Safety Coordinating Council includes decision makers from among criminal justice and related entities. ORS 423.560 outlines a required membership of the LPSCC, however, Yamhill County has added additional community members beyond the statutory requirement. The current LPSCC membership can be found here. Applications for future appointments in the event of a vacancy can be found here.

4 - 5 p.m.
Meetings are being held virtually using Microsoft Teams

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Meeting ID: 278 803 194 847
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+1 971-357-0426,,202891350#   United States, Portland
Phone Conference ID: 202 891 350#
Future Meeting Dates 2023
January 25
March 29
May 31
July 26
September 27
November 29

Cassy Polen, Business Manager
Yamhill County Department of Community Justice
615 NE Sixth Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Ph: 503-474-4942
Email: [email protected]  

LPSCC Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Documents are now provided on the meetings page

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