King County Sheriff's Office Community Advisory Board
The purpose of the King County Sheriff's Office Community Advisory Board is to gather a diverse set of public safety experts and advocates to support and advise King County Sheriff Patricia Cole-Tindall on creating a just, dynamic, and responsive public safety system.
Objectives of the Community Advisory Board include:
- Advise the King County Sheriff on policy concepts and implementation;
- Serve as the community voice on public safety and law enforcement issues; and
- Create a forum for trust building between law enforcement and community.
The Community Advisory Board will have between 10 and 15 members, drawn from the following categories:
- Unincorporated Rural King County
- Unincorporated Urban King County
- Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
- KCSO Contract Cities*
- Community Groups
- Business Groups
Additionally, the Community Advisory Board will strive for a diverse set of participants, including representatives from BIPOC communities, youth, and people with prior justice system involvement.
King County is currently recruiting for members. Please click the link for the membership announcement.
Meetings will be held every other month alternating between in person and remote on a Wednesday from 6PM to 8PM beginning in November 2023.
*List of the contract cities
- Beaux Arts Village
- City of Burien
- City of Carnation
- City of Covington
- City of Kenmore
- City of Maple Valley
- City of Newcastle
- City of Sammamish
- City of SeaTac
- City of Shoreline
- Town of Skykomish
- City of Woodinville
For More Information About the Community Advisory Committee