Police Advisory Committee

Membership

Thirteen (13) constituencies will be represented by primary members and alternates when available. Members are selected, approved, and appointed as per the Committee Mission and Guidelines document.

Term

Member terms are not limited as long as they remain eligible to represent their appointed constituency. Chair and Co-Chair positions have a term of three (3) years. There is no restriction on the number of consecutive terms a member can serve as Chair and/or Vice Chair.

Meetings

Second Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall

Mission Statement

The Pullman Police Advisory Committee is a volunteer group whose members contribute their time and talents to promote public safety, form a liaison between the community and the police department, and assist in educating our community for a better understanding of the respective responsibilities of police and citizens.

Duties & Responsibilities

To advise and make recommendations to the Chief of Police concerning the provision of police protection and services within the City of Pullman;
To enhance police-community relations by serving as a liaison between the police department and the community;
To review and make recommendations concerning police department policies, procedures, training, and programs;
To promote and support public awareness of the City pf Pullman's police services and programs;
To hold public meetings to solicit input from the community regarding police services, programs, and issues of public safety.

Items for Committee Review

The Pullman Police Advisory Committee welcomes and actively invites input and feedback from the citizens of the City of Pullman. If there is a community issue that you believe that the Police Advisory Committee should review, please contact the Committee by any one of the methods listed below.
Submissions to the Committee are compiled and submitted to Committee members on a monthly basis for review and discussion at the next scheduled Committee meeting. Typically, citizen submissions will not receive a direct response from the Committee, except as warranted by extreme or exigent circumstances.

Police Department Feedback

The City of Pullman has a feedback form that can be used to provide positive or negative feedback for the Police Department. If a negative complaint is received, a Police Sergeant is assigned to investigate the matter and report their findings to the Chief of Police. These forms are available at both, the Police Department and City Hall. The forms can be mailed to you upon request.

Members:

College Hill
Barbara Hammond
Vacant

Military Hill

Jaya Sivakumar
Vacant

Pioneer Hill

Vacant
Vacant

Sunnyside Hill
Phyllis Stallcop
Adam Williams

Business Community
Eric Tetzlaff (Vice Chair)
Vacant

Multicultural Community
David Makin
Angelo Brown

WSU Staff & Faculty
Angela Senter
Vacant

ASWSU
Quinton Berkompas
Alex Pan

Pullman School District
Joe Thornton

Pullman High School Student
Esabella Makin
Gwendolynn Rink

Pullman School District Parent
Stephanie Rink (Chair)
Nathan Deen

GPSA
Vacant

WSU Black Faculty & Staff Association
Kenitra Keeney

Black Leaders of Transcendence & Influence
Kamryn McKee

At-Large
Krista Gross
Craig Watt

Pullman Police Dept.
Chief Gary Jenkins
Darby Baldwin

Administrative Liaison
Chief of Police