Spokane Regional Law & Justice Council (SRLJC)

Pursuant to Governor Inslee’s Order 20-28 dated March 24, 2020 – All public meetings will be held remotely. Members of the SRLJC and its committees will participate via zoom. The public will be able to attend via zoom or conference call. See specific meeting agendas for on how to join or contact the Office of Law & Justice at 509-863-6110 for more information.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Spokane Regional Law & Justice Council is to create and sustain a cost-effective regional criminal justice system which includes facilities, programing, funding, and legislative matters intended to build a healthy and strong community that fosters the best possible outcomes for he community which are consistent with the law and the community objectives of public safety, accountability, just punishment, appropriate treatment and increase public awareness so as to reduce recidivism and increase system collaboration.

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The Spokane Regional Law and Justice Council functions in compliance with RCW 72.09.300 and SRLJC Resolution 21-0458

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Meetings

The SRLJC  holds regular meetings* on the second Wednesday of each month from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. virtually via Zoom until further notice.

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

Accessibility

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

To see past bylaws, please visit the SRLJC History page.