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Citizens Police Advisory Committee
About the Committee
The Final Report of the President’s 21st Century Policing, emphasized the importance of citizen involvement in policing as a strategy to improve trust between law enforcement and the public. Within the study, citizen advisory committees or community involvement were specifically recommended as action items for local law enforcement.
This committee can give advice on issues related to the community and policing, and assist the Police Department with conducting research, reviewing new policies, providing skilled volunteer services, or supporting community outreach efforts.
The Glenn Heights Citizens Police Advisory Committee was created via Ordinance O-16-20, signed on January 19, 2021.
- 2nd Monday of each month
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes
|Appointed By||Member||First Appointed||Term Expires|
|Mayor||Adrien Taliaferro||May 4, 2021||May 4, 2024|
|Council Member, Place 1||Cartney Slaughter||May 4, 2021||May 4, 2023|
|Council Member, Place 2||LaKeisha Ayers-Pruitt||February 15, 2022||May 4, 2024|
|Council Member, Place 3||Shaleese Neugent||February 15, 2022||May 4, 2023|
|Council Member, Place 4||AT Tuckwilkerson||May 4, 2021||May 4, 2024|
|Council Member, Place 5||Dana Brown||May 4, 2021||May 4, 2023|
|Council Member, Place 6||Margo Spencer||May 4, 2021||May 4, 2024|
Serving on the Commission
Volunteers are vital to the operations of the City. The City of Glenn Heights simply could not operate without the countless hours that citizens contribute while serving on a city board, committee, or commission. All members must be residents and qualified voters of the City of Glenn Heights and members are appointed by the City Council.