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The Community Policing Advisory Board (CPAB)
The Community Policing Advisory Board (CPAB) was established in 1996 to:
- Monitor and report to the Mayor and City Council on the implementation of community policing as described in Resolution 79235,
- Provide recommendations to the Mayor, City Council , and City staff on steps to improve community policing
- Serve as advisors to the Chief of Police and police command staff on community policing matters
- Maintain communication between the Po9lice Department and the neighborhood Crime Prevention Councils and Neighborhood Watch groups and Merchants Watch groups.
- Assist in educating and informing the public about community policing, it current progress and its direction
- Authorize Neighborhood Crime Prevention Councils and mediate disputes.
The CPAB meets the first Wednesdays of the Month at 6pm in City Hall in the Officer John Hegge Hearing Room (#3)
|District 2||J. Garvey|
|District 3||B. Hunter|
|District 4||K. Gulbransen|
|District 5||S. Gomez|
|District 6, Vice Chairperson||J. Nichols|
|District 7||D. Brown|
|At-Large, Chairperson||M. Johnson|
|Neighborhood Watch||A. Haller|
|Neighborhood Watch||F. Castro|
|Oakland Housing Authority||R. Webb|
|Oakland Unified School District||Chief J. Williams|
|Mayor's Office||S Walton|
|City Administrator Staff||J. DeVries|
2014 Agendas and Attachments
|March||March CPAB Agenda|
2012 and 2013 Meeting Agendas and Minutes
What is Resolution 79235 and why is it important?
- At the block level, residents and merchants are encouraged to form Neighborhood Watch and Merchant Watch groups, respectively. Through these program residents and merchants are trained in crime prevention and learn how to work together to solve problem.
- At the neighborhood level, residents and NW captains are encouraged to attend Neighborhood Crime Prevention Councils (NCPC s) where they can work directly with Problem Solving Officer and Neighborhood Services Coordinators to address chronic problems.
- At the citywide level, residents are encouraged to participate in several citywide organizations and events designed to strengthen community poling in Oakland. The Community Poling Advisory Board is an example of one such organization as well as the Neighborhood Watch Steering Committee which works to improve the Neighborhood Watch program.