Community Police Advisory Team

The Community Police Advisory Team advises and recommends policy enhancements and equitable practices to meet the needs of the community and police.

The City is still accepting applications for Youth 18 years old and under:  APPLY HERE

CPAT Background

During the summer and fall of 2020, the Burlington City Council, City Manager and other staff have been working with the community to draft a charter for the Community Police Advisory Team (CPAT).  

On November 17, 2020, Burlington City Council approved the charter for the Community Police Advisory Team (CPAT). CPAT will advise the City of Burlington Police Department by working with the City Manager and the Police Chief.

The City of Burlington and the Burlington Police Department embrace community policing and transparency. We’re looking for informed, engaged Burlington residents willing to help us ensure we are achieving our goals and meeting the needs of our community.

For questions please call Police Administration at: 336.229.3540

Click Here to Offer feedback the Burlington Police Department

Offer feedback to CPAT by emailing Interim Police Chief, Eric Kerns at ekerns@burlingtonnc.gov. Your feedback will be forwarded to the entire CPAT membership.

November 11 Meeting Agenda

CPAT meets the second Thursday of each month. Meetings will be virtual until further notice.

Zoom link:

https://zoom.us/j/92870376140?pwd=RVk3aXptam9hM2cwTHk0MlZhU2lBUT09

Meeting ID: 928 7037 6740

Passcode: 648078




Current CPAT Team:
Dejuana Bigelow
Kendrick Boney
James Cooley
Danasia Eubanks
Lacey Flintall
George Hill
Tyronna Hooker
Samira Khan
Cheryl Raines
Ben Rodriguez
Ken Smith
Baron Torres
Yholima Vargas
Rose Watlington
Randy Williamson

FINAL CPAT CHARTER

FINAL APPROVED CPAT Charter Full Document   This version was reached after input from various community members, including the city manager, and the police department.