BEVERLY HILLS — The Beverly Hills Police Department is seeking community members to join the Chief’s Advisory Panel.
The Chief’s Advisory Panel was formed by Beverly Hills Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli in 2018 and is designed to expand BHPD community outreach, in support of the well-established, 20-year Police and Community Together (PACT) initiative.
The panel was created as a community resource for the Chief in the development of strategies, policing concepts and increasing public awareness. The Panel is intended to provide a forum for discussions regarding community concerns; the goal is to represent broad spectrum of viewpoints.
The rotating membership of the panel is comprised of 20 citizens from throughout the community who represent a range of interests and experience. There are currently three (3) vacancies.
Applicants must live, work or attend school in the City of Beverly Hills to be eligible to participate on the Panel. New members will be selected based on their background, experience and involvement in the community.
Members are selected to serve a one or two year term and are expected to attend monthly meetings held on a weekday evening.
The application period will close on Monday, September 23rd.
For more information about the Panel and to submit your application, please visit: http://www.beverlyhills.org/departments/policedepartment/aboutbhpd/chiefofpolice/
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