Recognizing the importance of improving understanding and communication between the Spring Hill Police Department, Johnson County Fire District No. 2, and the community, the Governing Body established the Public Safety Advisory Board in 2012.
The PSAB serves as an advisory board to the Police and Fire Chiefs. The
group studies, recommends, and reviews policy programs and concepts used
in other communities which are designed to help improve cooperation
between the police, fire officials, and the community. The PSAB also
promotes educational and safety programs and acts as a liaison between
residents, businesses, and local public safety agencies.
PSAB consists of five members who serve three-year terms. Members should
reside or own a business in the city of Spring Hill, and the membership
should reflect a range of civic, service, charitable, religious, and
All members must pass a background check.
Applicants with any felony, drug conviction, or person misdemeanor will
be eliminated from the application process. A five-year span of time is
the minimum allotted time for convictions or diversions before an
applicant can apply for this committee.
View the most recent Public Safety Advisory Board agendas and minutes here.
Monthly meetings are held on the first Monday at 7 p.m. in Room 15 of the Spring Hill Civic Center, 401 N. Madison.