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									                         EVANSVILLE POLICE COMMISSION

                                    Notice of Meeting
                                      and Agenda

                                Wednesday, May 30, 2007


Please take notice that the next meeting of the Evansville Police Commission will take
place on May 30, 2007at 5:00 p.m. in the Common Council Chambers, 3rd Floor of the
Evansville City Hall, 31 S. Madison Street, Evansville, Wisconsin. The agenda for the
meeting is as follows:


   1. Roll call

   2. Approval of minutes of March 12, 2007 meeting

   3. Citizen appearances; other than on the Agenda items listed below

   4. Chief’s report

   5. Discussion/appointment of officer to fill current vacant police officer position.

   6. Discussion/appointment on creating a new eligibility list and background check
      process

   7. Discussion of hiring process for part time and full time officers

   8. General review of Commission Disciplinary Procedures and “Just Cause”
      Standards

   9. Consideration of means for recording hearings.

   10. Consideration of engagement of a hearing examiner or other delegation of
       President’s duties.

   11. Consideration of retention of Counsel for the Commission.

   12. Motion to convene in closed session pursuant to Wis. Stat. sec. 19.85(1)(f) for
       preliminary consideration of a specific personnel problem or the investigation of
       charges against a specific person, to wit: Officer Scott Fields which, if discussed
       in public, would likely have a substantial adverse effect upon the reputation of any
       person involved in such problem or investigation. Vote by role call.

   13. Adjournment



                              Walter E. Shannon, Secretary


Public Notice of this meeting given by posting at the Evansville City Hall, Evansville
School District Office, Eager Free Public Library, Union Bank and Trust Company, M & I
Bank, the Evansville Police Department and by forwarding to the Evansville Review.

								
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