Department of Community Justice
Mead and Courthouse Building Alert
Sunday the power and heat to the Mead Bldg. was lost but it has been restored. Everything is operating normally. Please report to work and for all scheduled appointments/classes.
The courthouse it is still scheduled to be closed at this time. Family Court Services and other employees that work at the courthouse, please call the hotline at 503.988.6757 for the latest information or contact your supervisor if you have any specific questions.
If you are scheduled for a class or an appointment at the courthouse, please call ahead.
Community Safety through Positive Change
The Department of Community Justice (DCJ) serves a vital role in protecting our public safety and the strength of our communities. We intervene to prevent the recurrence of crime among juvenile and adult defendants and offenders by supervising them and getting them the help they need to change problem behavior. We provide supervision and treatment resources to youth, adults, families, and communities to address the underlying issues and problems that drive crime. Our efforts are guided by a range of supervision, technology, evidence-based strategies to maximize our resources and results.