Santa Clara Police Chief Pat Nikolai Seeks New Members for Chief’s Advisory Committee

By Robert Haugh

Santa Clara residents have an opportunity to advise Police Chief Pat Nikolai.

He’s seeking applicants for the Chief’s Advisory Committee (CAC).

The CAC was established in 2018 to allow Mission City residents and business owners to be a resource to the Santa Clara Police Department (SCPD).

According to the SCPD, Police Chief Nikolai utilizes the CAC in the development of policies and to understand community concerns.  

CAC members represent different parts of our diverse Santa Clara community. Residents are chosen for their professionalism, integrity, and commitment to the Mission City.

The CAC will add seven new members in the Fall. The group consists of 15 total.

Santa Clarans must apply by August 19, 2022. 

You can learn more about the CAC and the application process, at this site

Pat Nikolai
Santa Clara Police Chief Pat Nikolai

9 comments

  1. Declared exempt from public records in last five days.

    Discussions between park and 49ers about watanabe

    Becker and Jain request for investigations about Haugh

    Park and Becker notes from 49ers about replacing sign

    49er comments about supporting Becker

    Notes becker made with park censuring giñlmor and watanabe

    Ngo exempted 12 such requests.

    • Just in

      Suds Jain meets with the 49era twice a month to discuss. Burt Field, Howard Meyers, three other Santa Clara residents, the mayor, 2 former residents.

      Steve Ngo has just exempted those rrcords citing

      Attorney client privilege.

  2. Written Petition to be on August 5 to ask the City Council to fire Lozano Smith. Santa Clarans take back your government from Jain Trump, Ngo Trump. Becker Trump.

    Lozano Smith also denied parents records on which teachers were teaching Holocaust denial.

    • ARE there RECORDS on teachers teaching Holocaust denial? I had a teacher teaching American exceptionalism once. I wonder if there are records of THAT. Manifest destiny? Trans rights?

  3. The “acting” city attorney is supposed to work in the best interest of the city. They are not supposed to be the private attorney for city council members.

  4. Selective transparency? Is that legal? A bunch of bad players. Ngo may be shaping their career. Jain is in the swamp with Caserta and Becker.

    Jain doesn’t mind lying or cheating to get his way. This cancer must be stopped.

  5. Well good for the chief. He deserves praise.

    Sorry, there is a NEWS FLASH

    CITY ATTORNEY STEVE NGO IS BLOCKING RELEASE OF SENSITIVE EMAILS AND TEXTS BETWEEN BECKER AND JAIN FROM. DOMINIC CASERTA!!! CITING NEED FOR CAUTION.

    • The subject witheld??

      Becker and Jain want their discussions with Caserta kept private regarding. Gillmors

      22 634 response.

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