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Meetings will be held at least 2 times per year or as the need arises, as determined by the Police Accountability Board. Meeting dates and location will be determined by members to best accomplish the Police Accountability Board's goals and schedules. Electronic meeting notifications will be managed by the Chancellor's designee. The first meeting of each academic year will include an orientation program that will educate new members about police department responsibilities and protocols and the campus' approach to policing and public safety. Police Accountability Board members will have the opportunity to provide guidance and insight to the Chief of Police; however, the Chief of Police is ultimately responsible for all operational decisions related to police operations.


Certain sensitive matters discussed by and information shared with the Police Accountability Board are confidential. Respecting this confidentiality will enable all members to share information and concerns in an open and secure setting.