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File #: File ID 10747    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Addendum Status: Addendum Ready
File created: 9/10/2019 In control: County Administrator
On agenda: 9/17/2019 Final action: 9/17/2019
Title: Commission to Advise the Sheriff Regarding Law Enforcement Issues Involving Community Interests Including, Policing Policies, and Strategies to Improve Trust between Law Enforcement and the Public Staff recommends that if the Board chooses to form a Sheriff Advisory body; that the following items be included in either an administrative procedure or the County Code amended to include such a Commission: 1. That the Board form a Sheriff Civilian Policy Commission by appointing two members to represent each member of the Board of Supervisors. The terms of the Commission members are coterminous with the Board Member's term of office. 2. The Commission would not be subject to the Arizona Open Meeting laws and, hence, cannot discuss or take any action on matters that will come before the Board of Supervisors. 3. The Commission will meet monthly with the Sheriff. 4. The Commission may prepare written quarterly reports to the Board of Supervisors regarding their policy discussion with the Sheri...
Attachments: 1. CA_CommissiontoAdviseSheriffRegardingLawEnforcement

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Commission to Advise the Sheriff Regarding Law Enforcement Issues Involving Community Interests Including, Policing Policies, and Strategies to Improve Trust between Law Enforcement and the Public

Staff recommends that if the Board chooses to form a Sheriff Advisory body; that the following items be included in either an administrative procedure or the County Code amended to include such a Commission:

1.                     That the Board form a Sheriff Civilian Policy Commission by appointing two members to represent each member of the Board of Supervisors. The terms of the Commission members are coterminous with the Board Member’s term of office.

2.                     The Commission would not be subject to the Arizona Open Meeting laws and, hence, cannot discuss or take any action on matters that will come before the Board of Supervisors.

3.                     The Commission will meet monthly with the Sheriff.

4.                     The Commission may prepare written quarterly reports to the Board of Supervisors regarding their policy discussion with the Sheriff. Such a report would be made at a public meeting of the Board by the Commission Chair or Member.

5.                     The Board of Supervisors, at a public meeting by a majority vote, may refer matters of community interest and/or concern to the Commission and Sheriff for discussion and reporting.

6.                     The Sheriff is not bound to follow the advice or direction of the Commission.

7.                     A mechanism to remove a member of the Commission if a super majority of the members find that the member is substantially obstructing Commission deliberation.