The UAS Advisory Committee will meet once a quarter. The committee will report to the Emergency Manager and include representatives from the following agencies.
- County Commission
- Fire and Rescue
- Law Enforcement
- State’s Attorney
- Clay County residents
A minimum of two community or organization members, with commensurate experience, interest, and knowledge, will be selected and appointed as members of the Advisory Board to provide a community perspective, protect and promote civil liberties and privacy, ensure program compliance, and enhance community engagement and trust.
The committee will be responsible for supporting the UAS Program Manager, administering the County UAS program, developing the annual executive summary, ensuring that the program complies with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and policies, ensuring coordination among participating agencies, updating the program manual, and reviewing best practices and new technology.
The Board is now forming. If you would like to join the Board, please fill out the form below and submit it to Layne Stewart either by email or paper form to the Office of Emergency Management.