Public Safety Oversight Committee (PSOC)
The Public Safety Oversight Committee (PSOC) was established to serve in an advisory capacity to the Senior Vice- President for Corporation Affairs and Governance and the Chief of Police for the purpose of reviewing the practices, policies and procedures of the Department of Public Safety, and making policy recommendations where appropriate.
The PSOC will be comprised of seventeen regular members appointed for terms of two years. Initial appointments will be made for one or two years to facilitate staggered terms such that approximately one-half the appointments will expire each year. The membership will consist of the following: three faculty appointed by faculty in accordance with the Faculty Rules and Regulations; three administrators appointed by the Senior Vice-President for Corporate Affairs and Governance; two members of the Department of Public Safety appointed by the Chief of Police; three undergraduate students appointed by the Undergraduate Council of Students; one medical student appointed by the Medical Student Council; one graduate student appointed by the Graduate Student Council; two staff members appointed by the Staff Advisory Council and two individuals external to the University appointed by the Senior Vice-President for Corporation Affairs and Governance.
In addition to the regular members the Chief of Police, the Senior Vice-President for Corporate Affairs and Governance, the Vice President for Campus Life and Student Services or his/her designee, and the Chair of the OCRB will serve as ex officio members of the PSOC.
In the performance of its duties, it is expected that the PSOC will meet two times per semester. At the request of the Chief of Police or the Senior Vice-President for Corporate Affairs and Governance, the PSOC may meet at additional times during the year for purposes as may be specified. The PSOC shall receive information regarding the Department of Public Safety training, practices, and policies, including policies governing the use of force, and general data and information about complaints filed with the Department of Public Safety. The PSOC should prepare an annual report for the Chief of Police and the Senior Vice-President for Corporation Affairs and Governance, containing an account of Department of Public Safety complaint activity for the preceding year, and making policy recommendations where necessary and appropriate.
The 2013-2014 Membership of the PSOC is as follows:.
|1.||Russell Carey||Executive Vice President for Planning & Policy|
|2.||Mark Porter||Colonel / Chief of Police|
|3.||Daniel Resnick-Ault||Medical Student|
|4.||Christopher Anderson||Undergraduate Student|
|5.||Liza Cariaga-Lo||Associate Provost for Academic Development and Diversity|
|6.||Margaret Klawunn||VP Campus Life & Student Services|
|7.||James Simmons||Professor of Biology|
|8.||Timothy Shiner||Director, Campus Center & Student Activities|
|9.||James Green||Deputy Counsel|
|10.||John Ryan||Lieutenant / Providence Police Department|
|11.||Justin Pace||Public Safety Officer / BUSPA President|
|12.||Bruce Holt||Lieutenant / DPS Professional Standards|
|13.||Michelle Nuey||Community Outreach Manager|
|14.||Kapil Dev||Graduate Student|
|15.||Kathleen Nelson||Student Affairs Coordinator, Music|
|16.||Aditya Kumar||Undergraduate Student|
|17.||Reese Middler||Field Coordinator, Bio Med Institute of Community Health Promotion|
|18.||Peter Holden||Director, Facilities Planning & Operations|
|19.||Amy Greenwald||Associate Professor of Computer Science|
|20.||Charles Carroll||Graduate Student|
PSOC MEETING MINUTES
October 1, 2009
2008 - 2009