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The Division of Public Safety & Security (DPSS) Student Advisory Board facilitates and enhances communication between U-M students and DPSS. Student advisory board members play an important role in identifying campus safety concerns and providing feedback on ways to remedy those concerns.

How can I become a board member?

We are now accepting applications. The DPSS Student Advisory Board is looking to continue to diversify and bring as many perspectives to the conversation as possible. We accept applications on a rolling basis. Members must be in good standing with the university and be available for a minimum of one 90 minute meeting per month. Fill out this online application if you are interested in joining!

Sumaya Tabbah

“Every member of the DPSS Student Advisory Board represents a portion of our community, and the feedback that each provides is critical in aiding DPSS as they continue to progress and improve. My goal is to help facilitate these crucial conversations, while simultaneously ensuring the impacts of them benefit everyone equitably and effectively.”

Nicholas Fritsch, 2020-2021 Advisory Board Chair
LSA - Cognitive Science, U-M Class of 2023

Lukas Lemke

“The Student Advisory Board enables the student body to have a coherent voice for their concerns. Together, the community and DPSS can work together productively towards their common goal of creating and upholding a safe and welcoming environment.“

Lukas Lemke, 2021-2022 Advisory Board Vice-Chair
College of Engineering, Computer Science, U-M Class of 2023

Student Advisory Board Projects

For more information contact:

Nicholas Fritsch, Student Chair

Lukas Lemke, Student Vice-Chair

Lt. Bryan Baker, Staff Advisor