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Police Advisory Committee

Statement of Purpose:

The Police Advisory Committee works together to resolve security and safety issues, concerns, and policy changes. The statement of purpose is to be carried out in cooperation with the Wittenberg Police Division.

Responsibilities:

This committee's responsibilities include building a safe community for the University's staff and students, identifying security issues on campus, and serving as a sounding board for the implementation of policy changes.

Committee members are asked to serve as liaisons with their constituencies to promote communication on issues considered by the Police Advisory Committee as issues of concern to the constituents. Committee members should be familiar with the Student Handbook, legal issues, and have a good understanding of University policies. All committee members are asked to honor the issue of confidentiality.

Appointments:

This committee is made up of various student leaders and selected administrators and staff members. If a student would like to join this committee due to a specific interest in campus security, he or she may contact the Chief of Police for more information.

Committee:

Police Division

Jim Hutchins
Chief of Police/Director of Security

Connie Ross
Coordinator, Police Division

Student Development

Casey Gill
Dean of Students

Gwen Owen
Director of Student Conduct

Sherri Sadowski
Associate Dean for Residential Life

Carol Nickoson
Director of Student Involvement

Student Representation

Rachel Wallace
President, Student Senate

Troy Boucher
Interfraternity Council President

Isabella Wagner
Panhellenic President

Elizabeth Sadek
President, Concerned Black Students

Kenny Mayes
President, Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

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Off Campus Senator

Christina Reisinger
Residence Hall Association Senator

Amanda Speirs
Fraternity & Sorority Life Senator

Evan Wheeler
Secretary, Class of 2018

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Secretary, Class of 2019

Maya Kraus
Secretary, Class of 2020

Charlotte Hurst
Secretary, Class of 2021

 

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