Public Safety Advisory Committee
The Public Safety Advisory Committee is proactive by
- Identifying issues and gathering information from experts, opponents and proponents,
- Reaching out for input from the citizens
- Helping guide the City Council in both the development and monitoring of public safety policy.
The Committee uses citizen input to help provide guidance to the City Council in the development and monitoring of Public Safety policies.
The Public Safety Advisory Committee provides the citizens of Lakewood with a forum to:
Advise the City Council on Public Safety Policy.
The Committee actively reaches out to the community in order to provide the people of Lakewood a safe environment to allow an opportunity to voice their concerns regarding any public safety issue. The outreach efforts include engaging the community, identifying important public safety issues, and relating such to the City Council.
If you have any comments, questions or concerns you’d like to share with the PSAC members, you can do so at any monthly meeting or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Meeting Dates, Agenda and Minutes
The Public Safety Advisory Committee meets the first Wednesday of every month (except for holidays) at 5:15 pm at the Lakewood Police Station-Training Room located at 9401 Lakewood Drive SW. For prior monthly meeting agendas or meeting minutes please click here or you can contact us at email@example.com and we will gladly provide you with a copy.
PSAC is also committed to spreading the word about disaster preparedness . Please follow the links below to learn more about how you and your family can be prepared.