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The Spokane Regional Law and Justice Council (SRLJC) will be taking applications to fill one of the three at-large “Community Member” positions that will be open in August. The applicant should possess broad knowledge of and/or experience in the regional criminal justice system, have the capacity to actively participate in the SRLJC and Subcommittees, and be a Spokane County resident.
Applicants from communities impacted by the criminal justice system are particularly encouraged to apply. That includes individuals from communities of color, victims, the previously incarcerated, and those with health issues such as mental illness, addictions, and disabilities. Individuals with prior criminal history are encouraged to apply, however the applicant can have no pending criminal cases in any jurisdiction. All cases must be closed and the individual can no longer be on probation.
Interested applicants that currently work in the criminal justice or social service system may already be represented on the SRLJC. In order to avoid duplication, applicants are encouraged to review the current SRLJC members list at the following link before applying. http://www.spokanecounty.org/876/Members
Those interested in applying should complete the application by July 17. The application can be found at https://www.spokanecounty.org/FormCenter/Spokane-Regional-Law-Justice-Council-17/SRLJC-Application-Form-209
Selected applicants will be invited to an interview for this one “Community Member” position with the Spokane’s Board of County Commissioners.
Spokane Regional Law & Justice Councilwww.spokanecounty.org/scljc