Street-Level Drug Dealing Task Force

VACANCY NOTICE

STREET-LEVEL DRUG DEALING TASK FORCE

Inaugural Notice

 
 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the following vacancies (in bold) and term expirations, appointed by the Board of Supervisors:
 
Vacant Seat 1, new appointment, must be held by a  person with experience or expertise relevant to multifaceted approaches to addressing harms related to street-level drug dealing, and shall have a background in law enforcement, reentry, public health, harm reduction, community-based accountability, and/or restorative justice, for an indefinite term.
 
Vacant Seat 2, new appointment, must be held by a  person with experience or expertise relevant to multifaceted approaches to addressing harms related to street-level drug dealing, and shall have a background in law enforcement, reentry, public health, harm reduction, community-based accountability, and/or restorative justice, for an indefinite term.
 
Vacant Seat 3, new appointment, must be held by a  person with experience or expertise relevant to multifaceted approaches to addressing harms related to street-level drug dealing, and shall have a background in law enforcement, reentry, public health, harm reduction, community-based accountability, and/or restorative justice, for an indefinite term.
 
Vacant Seat 4, new appointment, must be held by a person who is directly impacted by the harms related to street-level drug dealing, and who is a person at-risk for experiencing crime, formerly incarcerated people or their family members, individuals with past experiences of substance addiction, or members of other vulnerable communities, for an indefinite term.  
 
Vacant Seat 5, new appointment, must be held by a person who is directly impacted by the harms related to street-level drug dealing, and who is a person at-risk for experiencing crime, formerly incarcerated people or their family members, individuals with past experiences of substance addiction, or members of other vulnerable communities, for an indefinite term.  
 
Vacant Seat 6, new appointment, must be held by a person who is directly impacted by the harms related to street-level drug dealing and who is a person at-risk for experiencing crime, a formerly incarcerated person or their family members, individuals with past experience of substance addiction, or members of other vulnerable communities, for an indefinite term.  
 
Vacant Seat 7, new appointment, must be held by a person with experience relevant to street-level drug dealing, including people with experience as or with former street-level drug distributors, economics of street-level drug distribution, and/or local drug distribution practices, for an indefinite term. 
 
Vacant Seat 8, new appointment, must be held by a person who is directly impacted by the harms related to street-level drug dealing in the neighborhoods of the Tenderloin, Mid-Market, South of Market, and/or Civic Center, and who is a resident or small business owner in those neighborhoods, for an indefinite term.  
 
Vacant Seat 9, new appointment, must be held by a person who is directly impacted by the harms related to street-level drug dealing in the neighborhoods of the Tenderloin, Mid-Market, South of Market, and/or Civic Center, and who is a resident or small business owner in those neighborhoods, for an indefinite term.  
 
Report(s): Beginning March 31, 2020, and every three months thereafter, the Task Force shall submit to the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor a report summarizing data regarding harms related to street-level drug dealing in the Tenderloin, Civic Center, Mid-Market, and South of Market neighborhoods, and making recommendations regarding policies, funding levels and sources, enforcement strategies, and other pertinent matters, with the goal of addressing harms related to street-level drug dealing in those neighborhoods.   
 
Sunset Date:  The Task Force shall sunset on November 11, 2022, unless the Board of Supervisors extends the term by Ordinance.
 
Additional information relating to the Street-Level Drug Dealing Task Force may be obtained by reviewing Administrative Code, Article XXII, Chapter 5, Sections 5.22-1 through 5.22-6, available at http://www.sfbos.org/sfmunicodes.
 
Interested persons may obtain an application from the Board of Supervisors website at http://www.sfbos.org/vacancy_application or from the Rules Committee Clerk, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244, San Francisco, CA 94102-4689.  Completed applications should be submitted to the Clerk of the Board.  All applicants must be residents of San Francisco, unless otherwise stated.
 
Next Steps:  Applicants who meet minimum qualifications will be contacted by the Rules Committee Clerk once the Rules Committee Chair determines the date of the hearing.  Members of the Rules Committee will consider the appointment(s) at the meeting and applicant(s) may be asked to state their qualifications.  The appointment(s) of the individual(s) who are recommended by the Rules Committee will be forwarded to the Board of Supervisors for final approval.
 
Please Note:  Depending upon the posting date, these seats may have already been filled.  To determine if seats for this Task Force are still available, or if you require additional information, please call the Rules Committee Clerk at (415) 554-5184.
 
Angela Calvillo
Clerk of the Board
 
DATED/POSTED:  October 22, 2019