Local Public Safety Coordinating Council

ABOUT

Klamath 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. Justice Reinvestment Grant program

To carry out this mission, the LPSCC holds meetings on the first Wednesday of every month. The Bylaws of the LPSCC indentify 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. 

OUR PRINCIPLES

  1.   The professional judgment of criminal justice decision-makers is enhanced when                    informed by evidence-based knowledge.
  2.   Every point of interaction on the criminal justice system offers an opportunity for harm            reduction.
  3.   Systems achieve better outcomes when they operate collaboratively.
  4.   The criminal justice system will continually learn and improve when professional make           decision 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 and related entities. ORS 423.560 outlines a requirement 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 HERE.

DOCUMENTS AND RESOURCES

  1. Klamath County LPSCC Bylaws
  2. LSPCC ORS's
  3. Adult Community Corrections Plan
  4. Juvenile Crime Prevention Plan
  5. Justice Reinvestment Project Summary and Budget

IMPORTANT LINKS

  1. District Attorney, Sheriff, Klamath County 911, City police
  2. Klamath County Circuit Court
  3. Mental Health
    1. Klamath Basin Behavior Health
    2. Lutheran Community Services
  4. Public Health
  5. Sky Lakes Medical Center
  6. Klamath Tribes
  7. Community Victim Services
    1. Marta's House
    2. Klamath Lake Community Action Services
    3. Klamath Housing Authority
    4. Department of Human Services Self Sufficiency 


  1. Local Public Safety Coordinating Council

    Physical Address
    Klamath County Courthouse
    316 Main Street
    Klamath Falls, OR 97601

    Phone: 541-851-2128

    Meetings:

    First Wednesday of each month
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    Klamath County Community Corrections
    3203 Vandenberg Road, 2nd Floor Conference Room
    Klamath Falls, OR 97601

    The Calendar for Future Meeting can be found HERE.

    Agendas and Meeting Minutes can be found HERE.
    For Agendas and Minutes prior to February 2018, please contact the LPSCC Office at the number above. 
     




  2. Robert Mulcare

    Public Safety Coordinator