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File #: 2022-0319   
Type: Program Status: Passed
File created: 5/4/2022 In control: Board of Directors - Regular Board Meeting
On agenda: 6/23/2022 Final action: 6/23/2022
Title: CONSIDER: A. RECEIVING AND FILING the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) Quarterly Report; B. RECEIVING AND FILING the PSAC Impact Evaluation Report (Attachment C); and C. DIRECTING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to implement the recommendations outlined in the Evaluation Report with the current PSAC membership terms to expire July 31, 2022, instead of June 30, 2022. BONIN AMENDMENT: Extend current Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) membership term to September 1, 2022 to allow Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to return with more specifics and refinement to the recommendation.
Sponsors: Operations, Safety, and Customer Experience Commit
Indexes: Assembly Bill 468, Board approved a Motion, Budget, Currency, Law enforcement, Mike Bonin, Minutes, Motion / Motion Response, Police, Program, Public Safety Advisory Committee, Research, Safety, Safety and security, Security, Strategic planning, Surveys, Transit Homeless Action Plan, Transit safety, Transit System
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Motion 37, 2. Attachment B - Motion 37.1, 3. Attachment C - PSAC Evaluation Report, 4. Attachment D – March 2, 2022, PSAC Meeting Minutes, 5. Attachment E – March 16, 2022, PSAC Meeting Minutes, 6. Attachment F – April 6, 2022, PSAC Meeting Minutes, 7. Attachment G - April 20, 2022, PSAC Meeting Minutes, 8. Attachment H - May 4, 2022, PSAC General Committee Minutes, 9. Attachment I - May 18, 2022 PSAC General Committee Minute, 10. Attachment J – May 4, 2022 Flexible Dispatch Recs Outcomes Memo, 11. Presentation
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REVISED
OPERATIONS, SAFETY, AND CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE COMMITTEE
JUNE 16, 2022

Subject
SUBJECT: PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY COMMITTEE EVALUATION

Action
ACTION: APPROVE RECOMMENDATIONS

Heading
RECOMMENDATIONS

Title
CONSIDER:

A. RECEIVING AND FILING the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) Quarterly Report;

B. RECEIVING AND FILING the PSAC Impact Evaluation Report (Attachment C); and

C. DIRECTING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to implement the recommendations outlined in the Evaluation Report with the current PSAC membership terms to expire July 31, 2022, instead of June 30, 2022.

BONIN AMENDMENT: Extend current Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) membership term to September 1, 2022 to allow Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to return with more specifics and refinement to the recommendation.

Issue
ISSUE

In June 2020, the Board approved Motions 37 and 37.1 (Attachment A and B) that directed the CEO to establish a Public Safety Advisory Committee that would serve as a community-based perspective that Metro could consult with when developing a new scope of services, budget, and other provisions of the anticipated multi-agency police contract renewal effort. Item D of Motion 37 directed the CEO to report back to the Operations, Safety, and Customer Experience Committee on a quarterly basis, and in the final quarterly report of 2022, include an external, third-party evaluation of the effectiveness of PSAC along with a recommendation on whether it should continue. This board report serves as the final quarterly PSAC Report for 2022, as well as an evaluation of PSAC with recommendations by the external, third-party consultant on how to proceed.

Background
BACKGROUND

In April 2021, Metro convened its first PSAC meeting, which was comprised of 15 community members, three community alternatives, and three employees serving as ex-officio members.

As articulated in Article II of the PSAC Charter, PSAC was tasked with a...

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