Executive Committee

For over 15 years, public safety stakeholders have met monthly as Multnomah County’s Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (“LPSCC”) to coordinate their policies and operations and to collectively address issues critical to public safety. The Council, co-chaired by Portland Mayor Charlie Hales and Multnomah County Commissioner Judy Shiprack, also directs the work of several subcommittees and smaller workgroups that focus on emerging issues within the justice system, such as youth violence prevention, law enforcement agency alignment, pre-trial supervision, and mental health services in the justice system.

Looking for information on a specific topic?  The LPSCC Meeting Topic Index lists discussion and presentation topics for LPSCC meetings going back to January 2009.

Committee Members

LPSCC Co-Chairs

Mayor Charlie Hales, City of Portland
Commissioner Judy Shiprack, Multnomah County District #3

Members

Chief Scott Anderson, Troutdale Police
Lane Borg, Director of Metropolitan Public Defenders
Gunnar Browning, Oregon Youth Authority
Judge Julie Frantz, Chief Criminal Court Judge
Joanne Fuller, Chief Operating Officer, Multnomah County
Judy Hadley, Citizen Representative
Suzanne Hayden, Citizens' Crime Commission
Lt. Jeff Hershman, Oregon State Police
David Hidalgo, Director, County Mental Health Services
Amanda Marshall, US Attorney
Commissioner Diane McKeel, Multnomah County District #4
Maureen McKnight, Chief Family Court Judge
Christina McMahan, Department of Community Justice, Juvenile Services Division
Susan Myers, Director of County Human Services
Annie Neal, Domestic Violence Coordinator
Chief Mike Reese, Portland Police
Brian Renauer, Chair, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Portland State University
Sheriff Dan Staton, Multnomah County Sheriff's Office
Rebecca Stavenjord, County Health Department
Scott Taylor, Director of Department of Community Justice
Rod Underhill, District Attorney
Judge Nan Waller, Presiding Circuit Court Judge
Jennifer Williamson, Oregon Legislature