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Chief's Advisory Board


TEAMWORK - INTEGRITY - PROFESSIONALISM - SERVICE


Sandra R. Spagnoli Chief of Police



POLICE CHIEF'S ADVISORY BOARD

The Chief's Advisory Board is established under the direction of the Chief of Police. The board is created to act as a community resource for the Chief in the formation of strategies, development of community policing concepts and increasing public awareness. The Board is intended to provide a forum for discussions concerning community concerns and the goal is to have a broad spectrum of viewpoints represented.

The rotating membership of the board is comprised of up to 15 citizens from throughout the community who represent a range of interests and experience. Members are from diverse backgrounds, including business, education, non-profits, public relations, faith community and more.

The role of the Board Members shall include (but not be limited to):

  • Act as a sounding board for the Chief of Police regarding community needs and concerns, as well as provide community feedback to proposed police programs and priorities.

  • Apprise the Chief of Police directly of the community’s need for police services.

  • Assist in educating the community at large about the function and role of the San Leandro Police Department.

  • Attend monthly meetings in the San Leandro Police Station.

  • Be a City of San Leandro resident or business owner.

Member Selection

Members are selected from the pool of applicants by the Chief or Chairperson. Members are chosen to serve on the advisory board for their professionalism, integrity and commitment to their community. The Chief's Advisory Board will be led by the Chief or the Chairperson.

Adult members serve a renewable one-year term, and student members serve a maximum one-year term. All members serve at the discretion of the Chief of Police or Chairperson.

Members may be removed for cause prior to the end of their term by a majority vote of the advisory board. In addition, members who, without being excused by a majority of the remaining board members, fail to attend three consecutive regular meetings may be considered to have vacated their position and may be replaced.

  • Members of the Chief’s Advisory Board (CAB) are expected to attend the scheduled meetings and be prepared to engage in an honest and productive dialogue.

  • Members of the CAB are expected to treat each other with dignity and respect.

  • Members of the CAB are expected to maintain the confidentiality of information that is designated as confidential and discussed and / or disclosed during the meetings.

  • Members of the CAB are not to utilize the meetings to facilitate personal agendas.

  • Members of the CAB may elect a primary and secondary spokesperson to defer media requests to each year.

  • Members of the CAB are encouraged to participate in major police events (such as swearing in / promotion ceremonies etc).

  • Members of the CAB are encouraged to serve on Ad Hoc committees when requested by the Chief of Police.

  • Members of the CAB are encouraged to attend the Citizens Police Academy to familiarize themselves with Department operations.



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The Application Process is Currently Closed. 
If you would like to still submit your name for future consideration, please do so below
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Chiefs Advisory Board Brief



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