LEXINGTON, Va. (WFXR) — On Tuesday, Lexington Police Chief Angela Greene announced plans to form a Police Chief Advisory Board, for which officials are seeking five to seven applicants.
The board is being created to assist the Lexington Police Department by focusing on challenges impacting the community and the department.
The board will provide input and recommendations to the Chief in matters dealing with police-community relations, public awareness of services an programs, community policing policy initiatives, racial equity issues, use of force, mental health response, criminal activity and trends, and transparency of operations.
The advisory board will be comprised of five to seven individuals representing the City of Lexington residents, business owners, school leaders, spiritual/clergy leaders, non-profit leaders, and college students.
If you’re interested in serving on Lexington’s Police Chief Advisory Board, you have until 5 p.m. on Dec. 29 to submit an application.
You can click here for more information about eligibility requirements and expectations of board members. You can also find an application for becoming a member of the Police Chief Advisory Board here.
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