Everett Police Chief Forms Community Advisory Board

Templeman Swearing in

Dan Templeman took the oath of office as Everett Police Chief in June of 2014.

Word in from the city that Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman has hand picked ten people to advise him on understanding and responding to public safety issues facing both the police department and people living, working and visiting in Everett, Washington. The group is called the Chief’s Community Advisory Board.

“Community input is critical to our success as a department, and this board is a valuable way for us to leverage the knowledge, perspectives and civic spirit of the members,” said Templeman. “We also hope that as the board members learn more about the department, they will help share information and act as ambassadors within the larger community.”

Duties & Responsibilities of the board are as follows:

  • Partner in discussions with the Chief and other departmental personnel regarding police services and priorities
  • Act as a sounding board for the Chief of Police regarding proposed police programs and priorities
  • Promote a climate of public trust between the community and the Everett Police Department
  • Promote public awareness of police services and programs
  • Assist the police department with community outreach, public education, and recruitment efforts
  • Regularly attend scheduled Board meetings (anticipated to meet quarterly)
  • Treat other Board members and department personnel with dignity and respect
  • Occasionally serve as panelists during police promotional processes

    The board is made up of ten civilian volunteers from a variety of backgrounds, who will each serve three-year terms. Templeman has selected the following individuals for the Chief’s Community Advisory Board:

    Nelly Aguilar-Santos
    Ashraf Alazadi
    Jay Behar
    Sara Boyle
    Tony Edwards
    Andre Guzman
    Louis Harris
    Consuela Ledesma
    Faviola Paz Galicia
    Edmond Wong

    For more information on the Chief’s Community Advisory Board, visit: www.everettwa.gov/CCAB.



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