Springfield Police Advisory Committee
The City of Springfield is seeking applications to fill volunteer positions on the nine member Springfield Police Advisory Committee. There are currently three open community-at-large positions. Please see the press release here.
Applications can be found by clicking here.
Members of the Springfield Police Advisory Committee are appointed by the Mayor and City Council, who also provide a Councilor as a committee liaison. Committee members serve in an advisory capacity for the Council and Chief of Police regarding public safety and neighborhood livability issues, as well as assisting with implementation of adopted long range plans for police services.
Meetings are held quarterly, at minimum, and more frequently upon committee consensus. Meetings are open to the public. Members serve without compensation and must be residents of Springfield, with the exception of the representatives of the School District 19 or Willamalane Park and Recreation District. Terms are four years and may be renewed once.
2020 Meeting Dates & Details
- February: Agenda | Minutes
- August: Agenda | Minutes | Recording
- September: Agenda | Minutes | Recording
- October: Agenda | Minutes | Recording
- November: Agenda | Minutes | Recording
- December: Agenda | Minutes | Recording
Springfield Police Advisory Committee Members
- Isa Aviad, Neighborhood At-Large (1)
- Jack Martin, Neighborhood At-Large (2)
- Teresa (Terri) Dillon, Neighborhood At-Large (3)
- Johnny Kirschenmann, Neighborhood At-Large (4)
- Barry Lind, Faith Community
- Michael Bean, Local Business Community
- Brittney de Alicante, Cultural Minority Community
- Jenna McCulley, Springfield School District 19
- Eric Adams, Willamalane Park and Recreation District
- Joe Pishioneri, Council Liasion
- Chief Richard L. Lewis – Management Team Liasion
Please contact Jessica Crawford, the Springfield Police Advisory Committee Staff Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-744-4176