SAN MATEO COUNTY CIVIL GRAND JURY
The San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury is an independent investigative body created by the California State Constitution. It is composed of nineteen citizens, and serves as a "watchdog for citizens of the county." The jury may receive and investigate complaints by individuals regarding the actions or performances of the county or public officials.Empowered by the state judicial system, the San Mateo Civil Grand Jury submits solutions to a wide range of problems. The San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury is a volunteer, fact finding body with the potential to recommend constructive changes.Below are response letters from the City of Millbrae to recent San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury inquiries.
Grand Jury Report - The County, San Carlos, and Cal Fire, a Missed OpportunityResponse Letter to Grand Jury Report - The County, San Carlos, and Cal Fire, a Missed Opportunity
Grand Jury Report on Sex Offender Law Enforcement in San Mateo CountyResponse Letter to Grand Jury Report on Sex Offender Law Enforcement in San Mateo CountyGrand Jury Report - Fire Department Consolidations/MergersResponse Letter to Grand Jury Report on Fire Department Consolidatons/Mergers
Grand Jury Report - Effectiveness of Red Light Traffic EnforcementResponse to Grand Jury Report regarding the Effectiveness of Red Light Traffic Enforcement
TASERS Standardizing to Save Lives and Reduce InjuriesResponse to Grand Jury TASERS report
Cell Towers - Public Opposition and Revenue SourceResponse to Grand Jury Cell Tower report
Aircraft Noise - County Officials Need to Make Noise about Aircraft NoiseResponse to Grand Jury Aircraft Noise
Reserves - Running on EmptyResponse to Reserves - Running on Empty
Response letter dated 12-21-09
Response letter dated 9-14-09
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