Law and Justice Committee
The Council's Law and Justice Committee considers and makes recommendations on policies relating to law, safety, criminal justice, and emergency management programs, excluding those related to alternatives to incarceration, but including those related to: public safety; adult detention; juvenile justice and youth services; superior and district courts; judicial administration; prosecuting attorney; public defense; emergency medical services; the Office of Law Enforcement Oversight; bail reform; pretrial services including alternatives to incarceration; and civil rights.
The committee shall also consider the implementation of appropriate labor agreements
In the areas within the committee's purview, the committee tracks state and federal legislative action and develops recommendations on policy direction for the biennial budget.
Meeting Times: Second and fourth Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m.
Council Chambers, King County Courthouse, 10th floor
Listed below are the meeting materials for the Law and Justice Committee. The meeting materials available before each meeting are combined into one PDF document and posted below under Meeting Agendas and Materials. On occasion, not all materials will be available before the meeting. Additional materials for the meeting are posted as they become available.
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