Police/Community Advisory Committee

Committee Member Appointed By Date Appointed Contact
Committee Member Richard Fors Lutes 2/6/2001 Contact Richard
Committee Member Will Franzell McShane 6/4/15 Contact Will
Committee Member Mary Hill Craig 9/26/12 Contact Mary
Committee Member Stephen Kennedy Lutes 1/13/2010 Contact Stephen
Committee Member Linda Payne DeLaRosa 6/27/2012 Contact Linda
Committee Member Eric Petersen Barrera 10/21/09 Contact Eric
Committee Member Deloris Scaife-Higgins Barrera 6/5/1997
Committee Member Wayne Schapper Mayor Gunter 10/11/05 Contact Wayne
Committee Member Jim Toft Craig 1/9/2007 Contact Jim

Vision Statement

The Vision of the Police/Community Advisory Committee is to be a positive force in assuring that the City of Salinas is where all citizens can live peacefully and achieve their social, economic and educational goals.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Police/Community Advisory Committee is to act as a conduit between the community and the Police Department to improve the quality of life by keeping the City Council and Police Chief informed and by engaging in projects that support and enhance the effectiveness of the Police Department.

The Police Community Advisory Committee meets every last Wednesday of every month at 6pm in the City Rotunda. The public is welcome to attend our meetings.

Question of the Day

What can I do if I see a car parked in my neighborhood which I think may be abandoned?

The City of Salinas has people specifically designated to handle abandoned vehicles and long-term parking problems. These problems are generally handled on a complaint basis. The abandoned vehicle office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. The phone number, day or night, is (831) 758-7316.

The following information will help you determine whether or not a vehicle has been abandoned or is a long-term parking problem:

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