No, however South Orange has also established a Community Police Collaborative (“CPC”) in which members of the public are involved with reviewing data, participating in open dialogue with law enforcement and elected officials, developing community outreach strategies, and evaluating training modules & professional development for our officers. The CPC is an official organization with the local elected body, the Board of Trustees, and falls under the oversight of the Health and Public Safety Committee. The CPC meets on a monthly basis and the Chief of Police and/or other supervisors on the command staff along with one or more of the Trustees on the Health and Public Safety Committee meet with the CPC to discuss issues of interest. The Village President and Township Administrator may also attend at their discretion. The Chairperson of the CPC and other voting members are required to be South Orange residents. Members and officers are appointed by the Trustees.