The Sheriff's Outreach Community Advisory Board (SOCAB) is an advisory board consisting of five members appointed by the Sheriff, five members appointed by the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors as well as members appointed by the incorporated cities within Sacramento County that choose to participate. The purpose of the SOCAB is to collaboratively establish and implement programs that seek to resolve conflict, concerns and issues regarding the Sheriff’s Department and the community it serves. The SOCAB duties include, but are not limited to:
- Provide annual reviews to the Sheriff and Board of Supervisors concerning complaints and testimony from the community related to operations, policies and standard operating procedures of the Sheriff’s Department.
- Review and comment on programs to promote, aide and encourage community input.
- Review and comment on the development and operation of the Department’s law enforcement activities.
- Represent the Advisory Board at community events.
Submit a Commendation or Complaint
SOCAB meetings are on
hold until further notice due to the pandemic.