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Public Safety Commission
The Public Safety Commission is responsible for making recommendations to the Village Board regarding the improvement of general conditions of public safety in the community. The Commission promotes a safer environment by carrying on educational activities in safety matters, and improving general safety of vehicular and pedestrian traffic in the community. The Commission organizes an annual Community Bicycle Safety Fair in conjunction with the Skokie Backlot Bash every August.
Third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. (except July and August)
Meetings are held at Skokie Police Department located at 7300 Niles Center Road
View the Village meetings calendar
Minutes and Agenda
Agendas are available prior to the meetings and are posted on the Village website. Minutes are available following approval.
View Agendas and Minutes
See details of the Skokie Police Department use of force policy community review initiative.
Paul Pitalis, Chairman
Fire Department Representatives
Police Department Representatives
The Public Safety Commission is made up of 20 members who each serve for two years.
Public Safety Commission Vacancies: 3
Interested in serving on one of the Village's advisory boards or commissions?
Online, Interactive Board Member Application
Public Safety Awareness Campaign
Read the April 2015 Many Cultures, One Community - Keeping Skokie Safe public safety recommendation to the Village Board.
Read the 2018 Many Cultures, One Community - Keeping Skokie Safe program summary.