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Got Some Advice for San Francisco’s Police Chief? Apply To Be an Advisor

Written by Bay City NewsPublished Sep. 28, 2023 • 6:30am
Volunteer members of the Chief's Community Police Advisory Forum will advise on how to expand law enforcement, problem-solving and engagement throughout the city.

The San Francisco Police Department is accepting applications from community members to be advisers on how to expand policing, problem-solving and engagement throughout the city.

The Chief's Community Police Advisory Forum will need civilian volunteers from San Francisco's residential and business communities. Members will identify issues and challenges affecting their respective communities and advise the city's police chief about them to come up with solutions. 

The advisory forum consists of the city's police chief, a member from the SFPD Community Engagement Division and members of the city's community.

Interested community members can apply here.

Applications close on Oct. 26.

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