Chief's Community Advisory Committee#
The Chief’s Community Advisory Committee is intended to expand FCPS community outreach and is established under the direction of the Chief of Police, created to act as a community resource for the Chief in the formation of strategies, development of community policing concepts, and increasing public awareness. The Committee is intended to provide a forum for discussions concerning community concerns and have a broad spectrum of viewpoints represented.
The membership of the Committee will include community members from throughout the Fort Collins community who represent a range of interests and experience. Members are from diverse backgrounds including business, education, non-profits, public relations, faith-based organizations, and more.
The Role of the Panel
- To share diverse perspectives with the Chief of Police regarding community needs and concerns, as well as provide community feedback to current proposed police programs and priorities.
- To apprise the Chief of Police directly of the community’s need for police services.
- To assist in educating the community at large about the function and role of Fort Collins Police Services.
- To attend monthly meetings.
- To be a City of Fort Collins resident, business owner, or active in the Fort Collins community.
Members are selected based on their background, experience, and involvement with the City of Fort Collins. The Chief’s Community Advisory Committee will be selected and led by the Chief of Police.
The Committee meets monthly at the Fort Collins Police Services building at 2221 S Timberline Road. The public is welcome to attend and observe meetings, and written comment is welcome. If you have comments you’d like to share, please send those to the committee and they will be made part of the official record.
Comments can be sent to:
Chief’s Community Advisory Committee
2221 S Timberline Road
PO Box 580
Fort Collins, CO 80522