Inside the Oregon LECC

Using Data and experience to influence policing policy that will create equitable outcomes for all Oregonians

The Law Enforcement Contacts Policy & Data Review Committee (LECC) receives and analyzes demographic data to ensure that law enforcement agencies perform their missions without inequitable or unlawful discrimination based on race, color or national origin. The LECC is a statewide governor appointed committee that is charged with the duties of assisting Oregon law enforcement agencies with stop data collection and analysis efforts, improving community relations, training efforts, and policy recommendations that pertain to ensuring equity in Oregon law enforcement.

With the passage of House Bill 2002, the LECC is able to assist the general public file a complaint of profiling by an Oregon law enforcement officer.  If you wish to learn more about filing a profiling complaint please review the Profiling Complaints page.    

LECC NEW WEBSITE: Please visit our new website here.

Committee Sessions

The LECC recognizes that biased policing, whether actual or perceived, impacts relationships between marginalized communities  and law enforcement agencies. In order to foster relationships within community, the LECC has taken a multi-pronged approach led by committees in order to assure equitable outcomes. Sessions are open to members of the public. The full committee meets quarterly.


Dr. Brian Renauer

Ph: (503) 725-8090
Fx: (503) 725-5162

PO Box 751
Portland, OR  97204