East Side of the Steens

Harney County, Oregon

Harney County Local Public Safety Coordinating Council

Harney County Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC)


The Harney County LPSCC is a collaborative effort created as a result of Senate Bill 1145 that brings together many community partners to address local criminal justice policy and resources.  Over the years, Harney LPSCC has met to address and coordinate local issues around public safety.

The purpose of LPSCC is to:

  • Develop and recommend to the county court a plan for the use of:
  • State resources to address the local offender population
  • State and local resources to serve the needs of juvenile offenders
  • Coordinate local criminal justice policy among effected criminal justice entities


            Chair Lodi Presley, Director, Community Corrections

Harney LPSCC members include representatives from:

  • Harney County Court
  • Harney County Sheriff
  • Burns Police Department
  • Hines Police Department
  • Oregon State Police
  • Juvenile Department
  • Community Corrections
  • Circuit Court Judge
  • District Attorney
  • Public Defender
  • City of Burns
  • City of Hines
  • Oregon Youth Authority
  • Behavioral Health
  • Public Health
  • Department of Human Services
  • Burns Paiute Tribe
  • Burns Paiute Tribe DV/SA Services
  • Harney HOPE DV Shelter / Services

Currently, the LPSCC does not have a set schedule. When scheduled, it is listed on the county events calendar in advance https://harneycountyor.gov//events/.

Contact Lodi Presley at lodi.m.presley@cc.doc.state.or.us or 541-573-2933 for more information.

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