PULLMAN, Wash.–The first meeting of the Washington State University Police Advisory Board is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m. in Room 220 of the Compton Union Building, according to William Mercier, director of public safety and police chief.
The board has been established to advise and make recommendations to the vice president of business affairs and to the police chief concerning the provisions of police protection within the university, to review and make recommendations concerning police department policies and procedures and to serve as a liaison group between the police and the university community, Mercier said.
The agenda for the meeting includes a presentation by Ted Weatherly, Pullman police chief, about the role of the city police advisory group. Election of officers of the board also will take place, Mercier said, as well as general discussions to allow members to get acquainted.
Board members are Eileen Brady, libraries; Michael Chin, student; Michael Feeman, residence life; Karla Fraser, residence life; David Gaylord, geology; Stephanie Howard, student; David Iyall, student; Jacqueline Knight, facilities operations; Faith Lutze, political science; Kevin McGee, student; Clayton Mosher, sociology; Charles Nies, graduate student; Craig Parks, psychology; Heath Potter, graduate student; Susan Semler, environmental health and safety; and Gennia Wellington, student.