Community Policing Advisory Board
Last updated on February 6, 2014
The Community Policing Advisory Board (CPAB) is a university advisory committee that provides a feedback loop to the University Police Department (UPD). We are comprised of students, student government, staff, faculty, and administrators from Cal State East Bay. Local law enforcement and other civic groups frequently attend our meetings as guests. CPAB is committed to being an active and collaborative partner to safety, security, and emergency preparedness efforts.
CPAB is open to all who share our commitments to safety and security. We hold quarterly meetings throughout campus and invite you to join us at a meeting or CPAB related activity.
One example of a CPAB-related, ongoing activity is the Campus Community Watch Program (CCW). Modeled after the national program, "Neighborhood Watch", CCW was created by CPAB members and aims to encourage all campus members to report any suspicious activity to UPD. It is our hope that CCW volunteers are on every floor in every building. Other CPAB activities will be posted on this webpage.
Meeting Dates and Minutes
Effective January 1, 2012, meetings are held quarterly and documents are available electronically. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you seek prior meeting documents.
|Term||Meeting Date||Time/Location||Featured Speaker||Minutes||Additional info, if any|
|Winter 2012||March 26, 2012||3 - 4pm in UPD Conference Room||Interim UPD Chief Jim Hodges||Minutes||Campus Safety & Security Feedback Survey Results 9-28-11|
|Spring 2012||May 17, 2012||3 - 4pm in Student Health Center Conference Room||Andrea Wilson, Director of Student Health and Counseling and Jennifer Miranda, Manager of Health and Wellness Services||Minutes|
|Summer 2012||August 9, 2012||3 - 4pm in Music Building 1505||Gale Bleth, Crime Prevention Specialist, Hayward Police Department||Minutes|
|Fall 2012||October 25, 2012||3 - 4pm in Pioneer Heights Conference Room||Eric Velasquez, Residence Life Coordinator, Pioneer Heights||Minutes||Campus Safety & Security Feedback Survey Results 10-3-12|
|Winter 2013||January 17, 2013||3 - 4pm in Art and Education 123||Jim Hodges, Commander, Emergency Preparedness Operations||Minutes|
|Spring 2013||April 22, 2013||3 - 4pm in Art and Education 123||Asst. Prof. Keith Inman, Criminal Justice Department||Minutes|
|Summer 2013||August 15, 2013||3 - 4pm in Library LI2250||UPD Chief Sheryl Boykins and Alameda County Sheriff Office||Minutes|
|Fall 2013||October 28, 2013||3 - 4pm in Library LI2250||Sara Judd, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics||Draft Minutes|
|Winter 2014||February 13, 2014||3 - 4pm in Art and Education 123||TBD|
|Spring 2014||May 1, 2014||TBD||TBD|
|Summer 2014||August 7, 2014||TBD||TBD|
|Fall 2014||November 6, 2014||TBD||TBD|
CPAB Meeting Agenda - Unless otherwise noted above, the standing agenda items for each meeting are as follows:
- Approve Agenda
- Approve Minutes
- Guest Speaker for a 5 to 10-minute Presentation Followed by Q&A
- Review Recent UPD Activity Report (Clery Act)
- Review Most Recent UPD/CPAB event (i.e., lessons learned from Great Shake Out, Holiday Toy Drive, etc...)
- Report from Emergency Preparedness Operations
- Report from University Safety Committee
- Old Business
- New Business
CPAB Events and Resources
Please refer to the links on the left-side navigation for safety tips from UPD. Below are events that CPAB members coordinated or participated in on or off campus.
- Great Shake Out 2013 on 10/17 at 10:17am - Below are resources provided by CSUEB's Emergency Operations Center and Commander Jim Hodges:
- Campus Safety Week 2013 on 10/21-25 - For more information and workshop schedule, visit the Campus Safety Week webpage.
CPAB Leadership Team
Laty Johnson - CPAB Chair/Director, Credential Student Service Center
Recia McCormick-Pearson - Vice Chair/Credential Analyst II, Credential Student Service Center
Nancy Martinsen - Secretary/Coordinator, CSUEB Welcome Center
Sergeant Kevin Gonzales - UPD Liaison
To reach the leadership team of the Community Policing Advisory Board, send an email to: email@example.com. For phone inquiries, contact Laty Johnson, CPAB Chair at (510) 885-3032.
To receive email updates on CPAB activities or to join our email distribution group, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web page short name, please feel free to "Share" it on your social media pages: www.csueastbay.edu/cpab
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