The Public Safety Advisory Commitee (PSAC) is a group of Douglas County residents who advise the sheriff about operations, budget and community safety programs. The committee represents the best interest of citizens in issues of public safety, law enforcement and judicial service. The group holds monthly meetings at 6:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month at the Justice Center.
There are two representatives from each of the 10 Sheriff’s patrol districts plus 10 at large members, for a total of 30 members serving either one or two year terms.
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.