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File #: OC-19-27   
Type: Other Communication Status: In Council - Final Action
File created: 2/4/2019 In control: City Council
Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Staff Recommendation to Appoint Mr. Lamont Davis to the Police Oversight Board
Attachments: 1. OC-27.pdf
CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
CITY COUNCIL


INTEROFFICE MEMORANDUM

TO: City Councilors
FROM: Stephanie M. Yara, Director of Council Services
SUBJECT:
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Staff Recommendation to Appoint Mr. Lamont Davis to the Police Oversight Board
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DATE: February 1, 2019


Pursuant to the provisions of ?9-4-1-5 of the Police Oversight Ordinance, City Council staff recommends the appointment of Mr. Lamont Davis to the Police Oversight Board.

APPOINTEE NAME TERM
Lamont Davis February 2, 2020
4321 Montgomery Blvd NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109

Mr. Lamont Davis is currently a security officer for St. Martins. Mr. Davis' interest in serving on the POB comes from his interest in serving his community and bringing his understanding and experience of working with individuals with mental health and/or substance abuse issues. Mr. Davis' community activities and volunteering includes helping the less fortunate and homeless community, safe city cleaning of neighborhoods and needle disposal, and community gardening. If appointed, Mr. Lamont Davis would replace Mr. James Larson, who resigned from the Board. Mr. Davis will complete a partial term, which would expire on February 2, 2020.

Current Board Membership:
Name Term
Ms. Chelsea Van Deventer 02/02/2021
Mr. Leonard Waites 02/02/2021
Vacant 02/02/2021
Ms. Chantal M. Galloway 02/02/2022
Ms. Valerie St. John 02/02/2022
Vacant 02/02/2022
Ms. Joanne Fine 02/02/2020
Vacant 02/02/2020
Dr. William J. Kass 02/02/2020

Per the Ordinance, the POB composition is to consist of nine at-large members who:
"broadly represent the diversity and demographics of the City by way of, including but not limited to, cultural, gender and geographic diversity; and who are representative of the stakeholders of the police oversight process, and who reside within the City of Albuquerque." 9-4-1-5(A) ROA 1994.
Members serve three-year terms. Per the Police Oversight Ordinance, Board members must also meet the following ...

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