The Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) is a group of Douglas County residents who volunteer to provide the Sheriff their community input regarding operations, budget, and community safety programs. The committee represents the best interest of citizens in issues of public safety, law enforcement, and judicial services.
The group holds their monthly meetings at 6:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month. Due to the COVID pandemic, PSAC meetings have been held virtually via ZOOM video conference. Citizens interested in attending the ZOOM meetings can easily receive the ZOOM code to attend by emailing PSAC Vice Chair John Hoskinson at JHoskinson@DCSheriff.net no later than 48-hours before the scheduled meeting.
PSAC was formed in 2007 when then Sheriff David A. Weaver met with people from different neighborhoods and community groups to seek input and feedback on various issues.
For more information, contact the PSAC Chair, Kory Nelson via their independent website at https://dcpsac.com/contact/.