Open to all students: Student Advisory Committee for Public Safety

The Johns Hopkins University Student Advisory Committee for Public Safety is a universitywide advisory committee that serves as a forum for students to discuss public safety matters of broad interest with the vice president for public safety. As a consultative body, the SACPS will provide feedback and recommendations to the vice president for public safety through informed and collegial conversation. Eleven seats are available on the committee; applications are due Feb. 28.

Membership on the committee is for a one-year term, though students are welcome to reapply. All students (undergraduate and graduate) from all JHU campuses are invited to apply, as the goal for the committee is to broadly represent Johns Hopkins University and reflect the diversity of the university community. The group will hold two meetings per year (fall and spring), with an introductory meeting this summer. Please note that students serving on the JHPD Accountability Board are not eligible to serve concurrently on the Student Advisory Committee.

The application can be found on the Public Safety website.