The CAB advises RCPD on community concerns and relays information about RCPD to the public.
No. Its role is to advise the department with input from the public.
The CAB Chair reports periodically to the Law Board on its activities; and the Law Board approves the CAB by-laws.
From the beginning, efforts have been made to develop a group that represents a cross-section of the Riley County public, with members from a variety of business, geographic and cultural communities. Members of the CAB can nominate candidates to serve on the Board. Members are appointed by the Director of the Riley County Police Department.
You can email the CAB by clicking on the following link: Contact Us.
To be added to an upcoming meeting agenda you may email CAB Chairman by clicking here or contact RCPD Executive Offices Manager Nichole Glessner at (785) 537-2112 ext 2468.
Yes. Members of the CAB are available to speak at community group functions. We can tailor our presentation to the time amount available for your particular group.