The Roseville Police Department Multicultural Advisory Committee (MAC) was established in the summer of 2020 to help strengthen community outreach and foster honest, ongoing and focused conversations between members of the community, police officers and other city staff in Roseville.
The goal of the MAC is to bring community representatives together to discuss community-policing concerns, strategize ways for Roseville Police to best engage with the community, and share information about police policies and procedures.
The MAC currently consists of 15 diverse members of the Roseville Community who meet on a monthly basis. By working closely with the MAC, Roseville Police anticipate strengthening community relationships and improving trust and legitimacy in policing while working to make Roseville a safe and livable community for all residents and visitors.
Residents are encouraged to contact the Roseville Police Department to learn more about the committee and its efforts. Roseville Chief of Police Erika Scheider is facilitating the program. Residents may contact Scheider at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hold listening sessions between community and police
- Review current Roseville policing practices and policies
- Initiate community engagement initiatives
- Facilitate training for police and the community
- Develop new partnerships between community members and police
MAC Members Should
- Be able to attend monthly meetings
- Live in, work in, or be connected to Roseville with the ability to foster new relationships
- Be accepting of people from different backgrounds and faiths
- Have a genuine curiosity for creative and collaborative problem solving.
- Are willing and eager to participate in challenging and meaningful conversations.
- Constructively contribute with an open mind.
- Able to provide cultural insight/perspective to police issues/topics.
- Be a positive agent for change.