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DOCUMENTS OF THE GENERAL FACULTY

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TO NOMINATE FACULTY MEMBERS FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN POLICE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

Professor Martha F. Hilley (music), on behalf of the Faculty Council Executive Committee, submits the following panel of names for consideration by the president for appointment to the University of Texas Police Oversight Committee.

Notice is hereby given that this report will be presented to the Faculty Council for action at its meeting on March 18, 2013. At that meeting additional nominations may be made from the floor.
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Sue Alexander Greninger, Secretary
General Faculty and Faculty Council


REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TO NOMINATE FACULTY MEMBERS FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN POLICE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

The University of Texas Police Oversight Committee serves as the principal institutional channel of communication between members of the University community and the University of Texas Police Department (UTPD). Their task is to ensure that the policies, practices, and operations of the UTPD promote the security and safety of the University community effectively and in ways respectful of our constitutional rights and consistent with the core values of the University.

Three faculty members serve on the committee who are chosen by the president to serve three-year staggered terms. Each spring, the Faculty Council Executive Committee solicits nominations from the General Faculty for appointment to the Police Oversight Committee. At least two nominations must be submitted for each vacant seat. The present faculty composition of the committee is as follows:
Michael Lauderdale (term expires August 31 2013)
Phillip Barrish (term expires August 31, 2014)
Edmund (Ted) Gordon (term expires August 31, 2015)
The panel of faculty being nominated for appointment in 2013 for a three-year term is as follows:
Sarah A. Canright, senior lecturer, art and art history
Michael J. Churgin, professor, law
Penelope J. Davies, associate professor, art and art history


Distributed through the Faculty Council website in March 13, 2013.