Police & Public Safety

BOROUGH OF OXFORD POLICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE 

Mission Statement: The mission of the Borough of Oxford’s Police and Public Safety Committee is to examine ideas and concepts to improve public safety and work in conjunction with the Chief of Police and Mayor to assure the Police Department works in an efficient manner. The committee will recommend draft resolutions, ordinances and motions for consideration by Borough Council. The committee will also review and comment on budget items related to public safety. The committee will investigate and report to Borough Council all matters relating to police and public safety issues.

 
 
BOROUGH OF OXFORD  POLICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE 
 
Purpose: The Borough of Oxford’s Police and Public Safety Committee meets the first Wednesday of every month in the new Police Station at 6:00PM. The Committee is comprised of the Chief of Police, Mayor and selected Council Members. Concerns of public safety are initially addressed through this committee. It investigates and reports to the Borough Council with suggestions and recommendations with respect to all matters referred to the committee on any subject that may affect the greater safety and comfort of the public in the Borough. The committee works with the Mayor and shall not contravene the legal authority as said authority over the Police Department is delegated in the Borough code.
 
Commitee:
Council Person John Thompson, Chair
Council Person Randy Grace
Council Person Gary Tozzo
 
Meeting Date: First Wednesday of each month
Meeting Time and Place:  6pm at the Oxford Police Station