The Citizens Advisory Board, commonly referred to as the C.A.B., acts in partnership with the community and the Regional Command Center, providing a communication link to relay the needs relative to the citizens concerns and to provide feedback to the community regarding the Regional Command Center’s operations. The Citizens Advisory board consists of twenty members from the community that are appointed by the commander. Monthly meeting are normally held at the Regional Command Center one night a month. The meetings are scheduled for one hour. These meetings are open to the public. The Citizens Advisory Board coordinates with other governmental agencies, community organizations and service providers to resolve the community concerns. The Citizens Advisory Board also provides information to the community as to the role and the operations of the El Paso Police Department.
MISSION STATEMENT: The mission of the Northeast Regional Command Center Citizens Advisory Board is to support the community of the Northeast and the El Paso Police Department in protecting our region from crime and its consequences, thereby enhancing the quality of life in our neighborhoods. The Citizens Advisory Board serves as a liaison for the community and the El Paso Police by encouraging the team concept and promoting greater police – community interaction and understanding in solving the problems in the region.