Community Member Named To Collegedale Police Board

  • Tuesday, August 2, 2022
Chief Sapp (left) and Kenya Ervin (right)
Chief Sapp (left) and Kenya Ervin (right)

Kenya Ervin has been selected as the newest member of the Collegedale Police Department’s Round-Table Advisory Committee.

Ms. Ervin, a resident of the city, is not only a successful single mother working on the final leg of a bachelor’s degree, but she is also a passionate employee of a local charity organization.

Ms. Ervin applied for the civilian position last month, stating that her experiences made her an excellent listener, a good communicator and a decision maker; all qualities that she intended to put to use for the round-table board.

The Collegedale Police Department’s Round-Table Advisory Committee will reach it’s one year 
anniversary this month. The board has been described as a “think tank” of individuals with a mission to discuss department and community issues while using an open group-based decision model.

“We’re very excited to have Ms. Ervin take her seat at the round-table” said Chief Jack Sapp. 
“Transparency through community involvement and endeavors such as these are more important now than they’ve ever been before. The round-table and its members have the ability to do really great things.”

The committee includes police officer representatives and three civilian positions, which include a city commissioner, a representative from the city’s own Southern Adventist University and a non-affiliated community member.

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