The Public Safety Commission advises the City Council on matters relating to law enforcement including but not limited to, policing, crime prevention and emergency services. Represents the views of the citizenry relating to law enforcement plans, programs, and future needs. Consults with professional staff in the development of law enforcement programs. Enlists community interest in, and support for, the City’s law enforcement programs. And works with citizens, elected and appointed officials, and professional staff to support the work of law enforcement, crime prevention and emergency services officers and deputies.
The Commission meets on the third Tuesday evening of every odd-numbered month at 5:30 p.m. (unless otherwise announced and publicly noticed) in the City Council Chambers Conference Room of San Dimas City Hall at 245 East Bonita Avenue.