Public Safety Commission
The Public Safety Commission was established by the City Council (M.M.C. Chapter 2.40) to make recommendations to the Council with respect to matters concerning the City's law enforcement and fire services, emergency medical services, animal control, emergency preparedness, traffic safety (including traffic law enforcement and traffic engineering), and such other matters as directed by the City Council.
- 5:00 PM
- First Wednesday of every month
Agendas & Minutes
Meeting agendas and minutes for City boards, commissions, and committees are available in the Agenda Center.
Individuals may serve on only one commission, board, or committee at any given time, in accordance with Council Policy No. 48 – Opportunity to Serve (adopted February 25, 2013).
No compensation is paid for participation on any of the City's boards, commissions, or committees.
|Chris Frost||January 14, 2019||January 2023||Pierson|
|Keegan Gibbs||January 11, 2021||January 2025||Uhring|
|Daphne Anneet||January 11, 2021||January 2025||Silverstein|
|Joshua Spiegel||January 11, 2021||January 2025||Grisanti|
|Doug Stewart||May 13, 2019||January 2023||Farrer|
|Brent Woodworth||January 11, 2021||January 2025||Council at-large|
At the beginning of each fiscal year, the City Council directs the City’s commissions to focus attention on specific work assignments. Those assignments may be modified or new assignments added throughout the year by the City Council. Commission agendas are prepared based on the current year's assignments, so each commission can discuss the issues and report back to the Council with recommendations, as appropriate.
Susan Dueñas, Public Safety Manager, 310-456-2489, ext. 313, email Susan Dueñas
Mary Linden, Executive Assistant, 310-456-2489, ext. 232, email Mary Linden