Law Enforcement Advisory Committee


To coordinate with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department to assess crime prevention and traffic violation control issues and to provide recommendations to enhance programs to Council.

Committee Members

The Committee consists of one (1) City Councilmember, Neighborhood Watch representative(s), supervising Sheriff Department Lieutenant, up to six (6) resident Law Enforcement professionals and one (1) resident Public Safety Responder representative. Committee Members themselves will elect the Chair and Vice-Chair.

Member Title Term Start Term End Email
Eric Reynolds Chair/Resident Law Enforcement Representative 01/31/2022 01/31/2024
Vince Rossini Vice Chair/Resident Law Enforcement Representative 01/31/2023 01/31/2024
Jay Wasserman Resident Law Enforcement Representative 01/31/2022 01/31/2024
Ruben Ibarra Resident Law Enforcement Representative 01/31/2023 01/31/2025

James Hayes Resident Law Enforcement Representative 03/26/2023 01/31/2025
Vacant Resident Law Enforcement Representative      
Vince Rossini City Council Representative 01/25/2022  12/31/2023
Nicol Jones City Council Representative 1/31/2023 1/31/2024

Neighborhood Watch Representative: Wayne Silzel 

Staff Representative: City Manager, Steve Franks 

Orange County Sheriff Representative: Captain AJ Patella

Length of Term

City Council Committee Members shall be appointed or removed by a majority vote of the City Council annually, based on the Mayor’s recommendation, which will be provided no less than 72 hours in advance of the meeting as part of the staff report. Up to six (6) resident law enforcement professionals and one (1) resident Public Safety Responder representative shall be appointed by the City Council for a term of two years on a staggered basis. Non-council committee members shall serve at the pleasure of the City Council, and may be removed at anytime by action of the City Council. 


Meetings no more than six times a year, unless otherwise noted.