Public Safety Advisory Board


Now Accepting Applications for Three Board Seats

Three seats on the Public Safety Advisory Board are up for appointment in 2023 with terms beginning on April 13, 2023 (4-year term ending on April 12, 2027). If you are interested in joining this Board, please CLICK HERE for further information. Applications are due by 5:00pm on February 17, 2023. 

About the Public Safety Advisory Board

The City of Mountain View Public Safety Advisory Board was established in 2020 to advise and make recommendations to the City Council, City Manager and Police Chief on public safety matters.


general functions of the Public Safety Advisory Board

The Public Safety Advisory Board serves solely in an advisory capacity and is tasked with:

  • Providing the City Council, City Manager and Police Chief with community informed input and recommendations on public safety matters
  • Serving as a forum for public discussion of public safety matters, including community policing concepts, furthering MVPD engagement and transparency efforts, and identifying best practices
  • Acting as a liaison between the community and Police Department


The Public Safety Advisory Board generally meets on the fourth Thursday of the month (with adjustments as needed). Meeting dates, materials and videos are below.

View recent meeting agendas and minutes.

(After you click above link, to simplify search, use the All Meeting Bodies drop down menu and select Public Safety Advisory Board.)

Members and roster

The PSAB consists of:

  • Cleave Frink - Chair
  • Jeannette Wang - Vice Chair
  • Derek Langton
  • Eva Tang
  • Joan Brodovsky
  • Kalwant Sandhu
  • Kavita Aiyar

View the Advisory Body Roster.

PSAB Work Plan

Current Public Safety Advisory Board projects are noted in the work plan which is posted here.

For the items currently scheduled to be addressed at each PSAB meeting, please view the PSAB TAL 2023.

Additional Information

The PSAB receives staff support from both the City Manager’s Office and Police Department. Audrey Seymour Ramberg, Assistant City Manager, currently serves as the lead staff liaison. The lead liaison is responsible for developing the agenda and overseeing the information and recommendations presented to the PSAB. Captain Michael Canfield serves as a support liaison from the Police Department.

For additional information, please contact the staff liaisons at