Community Policing Advisory Board
The Community Policing Advisory Board (CPAB) serves in an advisory capacity to the Town Council on issues relating to the delivery of police services in Knightdale. This Board is established to augment the Town’s efforts to promote community-oriented and problem-oriented policing strategies. The Board shall serve as a liaison between the Police Department, Town Manager, Town Council, and citizens of the community. The roles and responsibilities of this board are as follows:
- Promote educational and outreach activities to increase public safety awareness and enhance community policing strategies.
- Serve as liaisons to enhance community and police relations
- Offer feedback on policies and practices aimed at promoting the mission of the Knightdale Police Department.
- Provide recommendations to the Police Chief and Town Manager regarding police services and practices.
- Assist with the review of the Police Department’s Citizen Police Academy curriculum
- Review and provide feedback on professional standards reports related to the Police Department’s accreditation project.
- Provide reports, feedback and statements of support/opposition to the Town Council as required.
- The Board consists of five voting members.
- Members serve two-year, staggered terms.
- Board members may not miss more than three meetings within a twelve-month period.
- CPAB meets the second Thursday of every OTHER month at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall beginning in January.
Please follow these simple steps to apply for a Citizen Advisory Board.
1. Review the Citizen Advisory Board Code of Ethics.