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The CSAC (Community Safety Advisory Council) is a collaborative forum at each Community Safety Partnership (CSP) site comprised of representatives from residents, institutional partners, and community-based organizations. Each CSAC meets monthly, with the purpose to identify and address the fundamental needs and safety issues within their respective community. Each issue will be addressed in shared partnership to meet measurable outcomes, as documented within each site’s unique Strategic Safety Plan (SSP).

OVERVIEW

Community Safety Advisory Council (CSAC)

  • A collaborative Forum at  each community Safety Partnership ( CSP) Site

  • Representatives from  residents, Institutional Partners,and Community-Based Organizations who meet monthly

  • The CSAC Will Identify and address the fundamental needs and Safety Issues within their community

  • Address each issue in Shared partnership to obtain collective efficacy and meet measurable outcomes as documented within each sites unique strategic Safety plan

GUIDELINES

Membership Responsibilities

  1. Commit to attending a standing monthly meeting;

  2. Participate and work in collaboration with other CSAC members;

  3. Be inclusive and respectful to all CSAC members;

  4. Embrace a “shared responsibility” approach to community problems and concerns;

  5. Follow through on tasks related to the SSP; and,

  6. Provide timely feedback and updates to CSAC and the community as it pertains to public safety and community wellness.

GET INVOLVED

Submit Form to Apply

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CSAC WORKBOOK

The CSAC is a collaborative forum at each CSP site comprised of representatives from residents, institutional partners, and community-based organizations. Each CSAC meets monthly, with the purpose to identify and address the fundamental needs and safety issues within their respective community. Each issue will be addressed in shared partnership to meet measurable outcomes, as documented within each site’s unique SSP. An SSP will be developed to address a need described within the UCLA-Luskin evaluation.

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MONTHLY CALENDAR MEETINGS