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Community Board on Public Safety

The Community Board on Public Safety was established to identify, make recommendations, and address issues involving the safety, security, and quality of life of students, staff, and faculty — reimagining public safety on the Stanford campus. The Board is charged with fostering trust, relationships, communication, and transparency between the Department of Public Safety and the wider campus community, as well as to provide an avenue for regular community feedback and counsel. The Board will prepare an annual report to the President, Vice President and General Counsel, and Chief of Police.

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News & Events

Summary of Stanford University Incident Review (Performed by The Riseling Group) June 2023 (PDF)

The Riseling Group – Stanford University Incident Review (PDF)

July 19, 2022 Virtual Meeting, 10 – 11:30 am PT

Stanford’s Community Board on Public Safety to host community meeting July 19

First annual progress report of the Community Board on Public Safety (PDF)

Students champion investment in police alternatives for campus safety

Student town hall on public safety

Community Board on Public Safety seeks input from Stanford community

Community Board on Public Safety works to address issues of safety at Stanford

Letter to the community regarding the Community Board on Public Safety

[Past Town Hall] March 26 Town Hall meeting, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. PST

[Past Town Hall] April 12 Town Hall meeting, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. PST

Committee Details

Charge to the Committee (PDF)

Members (PDF)


Safety, Security, and Fire Report

2022 Crime Statistics (PDF)

2007 MOU regarding police services (PDF)