Spokane Regional Law & Justice Council (SRLJC)

Mission Statement

The mission of the Spokane Regional Law & Justice Council is to analyze and make recommendations to local jurisdictions on issues related to promoting a racially equitable, cost-effective regional criminal justice system that builds a healthy and safe community by fostering the best possible outcomes for the community, including reducing recidivism and increasing system collaboration.

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The Spokane Regional Law and Justice Council functions in compliance with RCW 72.09.300 and SRLJC Resolution 18-0912

  1. Spokane Regional Law and Justice Council Community Representative Opening

    The Spokane Regional Law and Justice Council (SRLJC) will be taking applications to fill one of the four at-large volunteer “Community Representative” positions. Those interested in applying should complete the on-line application by October 31, 2019. Read on...
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The SRLJC holds regular meetings* on the second Wednesday of each month from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. in the Spokane Regional Health District Building at 1101 W. College Avenue (Room 140)

Visit the Agenda Center to get minutes and agendas from SRLJC meetings or visit our Presentations page to view meeting presentations.

* Cancellations of regularly scheduled meetings will be posted on this website


All Public meetings and hearings held by the SRLJC and its subcommittees are held in facilities which are accessible to disabled individuals.  For more information regarding the accessibility of the specific meeting room, or to request reasonable accommodations, please contact the Law & Justice Dept. @ (509) 477-2102 or via LawandJustice@spokanecounty.org.

SRLJC Bylaws

Current bylaws revised 11/14/18