City seeks volunteers for Community Safety Advisory Committee

Last updated: November 2, 2023

The City of Burnaby is welcoming people who live or work in Burnaby and are committed to improving community safety to join their local Community Safety Advisory Committee (CSAC). As a committee member, you’ll play a pivotal role in enhancing community safety throughout the community. Applications will be accepted until November 30, 2023.

This is an excellent opportunity to collaborate with various community safety partners, including police and Crime Reduction staff, to identify innovative solutions to community safety challenges. These committees serve as a platform for open discussions between the community, the City and the police, allowing Burnaby residents and other public safety participants to engage with and advise the City of Burnaby and Burnaby RCMP on matters concerning public safety. 

Additionally, the committees will provide an established process for residents and local business representatives to provide their insights to community safety programs and organizational priorities.

How to apply:

  1. Review the Terms of Reference for information about the committee. 
  2. Email the following to [email protected], using the subject line “CSAC Application”: 
    • an expression of interest, explaining why you’re interested in joining this committee (this can be by email or as an attached letter)
    • resume

Committee members must commit to a 3-year term.

Thank you for your interest in helping your neighbours stay safe. 

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