Establishment

The citizen public safety advisory board was established by Ordinance 2083. The purpose of the board is to work in collaboration with the chief of police to provide prospective, insight and recommendations for the improvement of public safety services.

Mission

The board is authorized to analyze and evaluate community expectations of police service delivery, increase citizen awareness by communicating with residents regarding police policy, operations and procedure, serve as a communication conduit for the community to the city on public safety matters, assess and recommend new strategies to improve public safety, review police policy and procedure and recommend changes to the city to achieve alignment with citizen expectations, and identify and advocate for needed resources to achieve public safety objectives.

Vacancies

There are currently two vacancies on the citizen public safety advisory board for regular members.

Apply today

You can apply online or paper applications can be picked up at the city clerk’s office at the Civic Center located at 7887 E 60th Ave.

Members

The board consists of an odd number of individuals who work or live within the city. The size of the board does not exceed eleven members. Members are appointed by city council and, to the extent possible, are from diverse economic groups, age groups, genders, nationalities, and city wards. Members serve for a three year term.

Name

Term Expires

Bridget Clawson Braaten  08/2021 

Dave Bierweiler

02/2021

Gary Striewski

02/2020

Jeff Hall  08/2021 
Jennie Loveridge  08/2021

Leo Rodriquez

02/2021

Roger Japp

02/2019

Scott Rose

02/2019

Tim Stewart  08/2021 

Meeting

The board meets on the fourth Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM in the Civic Center.

Agendas & Minutes

View past and future scheduled meeting information.