Chief's Citizen Advisory Council (CCAC)

Meeting Highlights

The work of the Chief’s Council is shared on the web, social media, in news stories, and through community meetings.

Since these meetings are not open to the public, the Chief's Citizens Advisory Council (CCAC) provides a forum for candid conversations about the realities and challenges that exist when seeking to address the most difficult issues that face a community and a police department.


The Citizens Advisory Council includes sworn City of Minneapolis Police Department personnel and individuals from all walks of our community. The Chief selected these individuals because they are committed to building and fostering a more engaged, diverse and professional Minneapolis Police Department. Contact any member listed below for more information.


CCAC Membership and Contact List - Dec 2017
Last NameFirst NameOrganization/AffiliationEmail
AdamsCommander CharlieMPD[email protected]
AndersonMarkBarbara Schneider Foundation[email protected]
ArradondoChief MedariaMPD[email protected]
AustinRev. JoanMacedonia Baptist Church[email protected]
BeltonStevenMinnesota Urban League[email protected]
BorgenAdamWarehouse District Business Association[email protected]
BouzaDominickProject for Pride & Living (PPL)dnabouza[email protected]
BurtGlennMPD[email protected]
DavisHarry Jr.Circle of Discipline[email protected]
FariasDanielLa Matraca Magazine/Lake St Court Watch [email protected]
GrahamRev. CharlesMacedonia Baptist Church[email protected]
HowellBishop RichardShiloh Temple Church[email protected]
HusebyDr. HeatherYouthLink[email protected]
JensonReneeBarbara Schneider Foundation[email protected]
JohnsonLynnRiverside Community Member[email protected]
KaufmanJoanneResident SW Mpls[email protected]
KorogiFather DaleChurch of Ascension[email protected]
MartinezZoeAnaLake Street Council[email protected]
MetgeJanaCitizens for a Loring Park Community[email protected]
OverbyDorisResident - South Mpls.[email protected]
PhillipsArnettaShiloh Temple Church[email protected]
RainvilleMichaelCommunity Member[email protected]
RobinsAnikaRobbins Wellness Center[email protected]
SamuelsDonMicroGrants[email protected]
SchmidtCurtMinneapolis Community & Technical College[email protected]
SmithV.J. MADDADS[email protected]
WaggonerRebeccaTwin Cities Quorum[email protected]
WaringClaudiaAsian Women United of Minnesota (AWUM)[email protected]
WeathersDr. KenyaWhittier Safety Alliance[email protected]
WilsonJacqueUrban Office[email protected]
WoodEvaOutFront Minnesota[email protected]
ZahnShaneMinneapolis Downtown Improvement District[email protected]

Last updated Oct 5, 2018



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