About the Commission
Police commission members are volunteers who are nominated by the mayor and appointed by city council. If you are interested in applying for a position on the commission, please review the job description, which outlines general duties and knowledge requirements for members.
Maisie Davis is a native Oregonian. She has lived in the Eugene area since 2002. She earned her Masters degree in Social Work from Portland State University. She has worked as a mental health professional with adults and children. She has a passion for social justice and bringing awareness to marginalized communities. She has diligently worked to provide free food access for the Eugene and Springfield community. “…people participate in their own upliftment if they understand the necessity of stepping up to uplift their community.”—Ericka Huggins
Shawntel Robertson was born and raised in Eugene Oregon. She was a teen mom who went on to graduate from the University of Oregon with departmental honors. She currently works for a non-profit treatment center for children with psychiatric behavioral, and mental health issues, and is also a member of a crisis response team for children in Lane County, who coordinate directly with youth in distress to provide wrap around services and treatment. She is passionate about helping our youth, and dealing hands on with those who need mental health services. Being a young, educated, black woman, her intersectionality has given her a unique position within our community, she hopes to use this intersectionality to help shape police policies to protect minority voices, improve relationships between the police and our community, and show her daughter a system meant to protect her rights.
Bonnie Dominguez is using her research skills to analyze police policy and procedure language, to remove what she perceives to be any unnecessary vagueness that can harm the community and police. She intends to represent the entire community as best as she can. Due to her roots and connections, she understands that she can bring to the table the perspectives of the Spanish speaking community, environmentalists and the homeless (learn more about homelessness).
Bonnie grew up in the Eugene/Springfield area. She graduated from the University of Oregon with a Master of Architecture, and a Bachelor of Science in public relations. She is currently a designer at Campfire Collaborative. She researches architecture for extreme environments. She was formerly a community liaison intern for the tool sharing library, the ToolBox Project. There, she specialized in Spanish outreach. She speaks Spanish and some German. She was formerly an architectural research assistant, and a biology lab preparation assistant at the University of Oregon.
Bonnie can also be found on the Climate Equity and Resilience Task Force, which is headed by Beyond Toxics and the NAACP. They are working in partnership with Lane County to create a Climate Action Plan.
Bonnie Domínguez, está utilizando sus habilidades de investigación para analizar el lenguaje de la póliza y los procedimientos de la policía, para eliminar lo que ella percibe como cualquier vaguedad innecesaria que pueda dañar a la comunidad y la policía. Ella tiene la intención de representar a toda la comunidad lo mejor que pueda. Debido a sus raíces y conexiones, entiende que puede traer a la mesa las perspectivas de la comunidad que habla español, los ambientalistas y las personas sin hogar (aprenda más sobre personas sin hogar).
Bonnie creció en el área de Eugene / Springfield. Se graduó de la Universidad de Oregon con una Maestría en Arquitectura y una Licenciatura en Relaciones Públicas. Actualmente es diseñadora en Campfire Collaborative. Ella también investiga arquitectura para ambientes extremos. Anteriormente práctico enlace comunitario en la biblioteca para compartir herramientas, el ToolBox Project. Allí ella se especializó en alcance en español. Habla español, y algo de alemán. Anteriormente fue asistente de investigación arquitectónica y asistente de preparación de laboratorio de biología en la Universidad de Oregon.
Bonnie también se puede encontrar en el Grupo de Trabajo de Equidad Climática y Resiliencia, que está dirigido por Beyond Toxics y la NAACP. Están trabajando en asociación con el condado de Lane para crear un Plan de Acción Climática.
Sean Shivers has served on the police commission since 2017 and has been chair since 2018. He graduated from the University of Colorado in 2014 with a double major in political science and philosophy.
Since moving to Eugene in 2015 Sean has worked with diverse community stakeholders including the business community, the homeless community, unions, and multiple local campaigns giving him a broad understanding of the many facets of Eugene’s culture.
Sean’s priority on the police commission is to: “Increase public participation and ensure that folks’ understand the existing system of police accountability, as well as contribute to the improvements that Eugene continues to lead the way on.”
(Position 5), Chair
Dallas Boggs was born in Petersburg, VA but grew up in Germany and Italy. His father was a Command Sergeant Major in the Army and his mother was a DODDS Elementary School Principal Boggs graduated from Mannheim American High School in 1984, then attended Virginia State University in Peterburg, Va, and majored in Public Administration. After transferring to the University of Oregon, Boggs started working at Brenner's Furniture as a Delivery Driver. Boggs went from Delivery Driver to Sales, Sales Manager then General Manager. Boggs then worked as a General Manager for Palm Harbor Homes for 2 years in Coburg, OR then 8 years in Millersburg, OR the Flagship Store. While at Millersburg the store was #2 Company-Wide. Boggs returned to Downtown Eugene as a Co-Owner of Brenner's Furniture for 4 years then back to Millersburg, OR as General Manager of Homes Direct for a year. Currently, Boggs works in Sales/ Commercial Sales at Brenner's Furniture . Boggs has Volunteered his time in Lane County serving as a Former President Mid-Oregon Executive Association, Member African American Community Coalition, Committee member Ducks Unlimited South Lane County, 2015 Judge Miss Lane County/Miss Linn-Benton Scholarship Pageant, Board member Oregon Black Business Alliance and currently in 3rd year raising money for Real Men Wear Pink of Lane County (American Cancer Society). Boggs is a widower and proud father of Jada Boggs.
Ian Winbrock is a renter in the Whiteaker neighborhood of Eugene. He brings more than six years of public sector experience to the position.
Ian previously served as the deputy for West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, one of the nation’s first openly gay mayors, acting as the policy lead for education, technology, and intergovernmental affairs. Ian facilitated collaborations with all levels of government. Ian acted as the staff liaison for the Obama administrations My Brother’s Keeper campaign as well as the staff lead for the United States Conference of Mayors, where he collaborated with Mayors from around the country on issues ranging from education reform to Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing.
During his time at the City of West Sacramento, Ian designed and launched the West Sacramento Home Run. This initiative uses evidence-based interventions such as high-quality preschool, college-savings accounts, and fee-free community college to increase postsecondary completion rates and reduce intergenerational poverty for disadvantaged communities. Prior to joining the City of West Sacramento, Ian served as the Executive Director for a West Sacramento based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young people through civic engagement, college and career readiness and work-based learning.
Ian’s priorities on the police commission are to: enhance policy protections for vulnerable community members, improve residents understanding of police policy and policymaking and continue fostering a culture of civic engagement in policing.
Vi Huynh has been a Eugene resident since 2017. He earned his bachelor degree in Liberal Arts from San Francisco State University, where he also received his Secondary Education Teaching Credential in Social Science and Beginner’s English (ESL.) In total, Vi has over 21 years of service as a teacher, gang prevention specialist, and nonprofit program coordinator/manager. He founded a program for blind and visually impaired children, youth and young adults in the SF-Bay Area — a population that is highly underserved and disenfranchised.
Highlights of Vi’s work includes his development of the first paid internship program for the blind and visually impaired youth and young adults in the SF - Bay Area. Vi also planned and implemented the annual Northern California Braille Challenge for children and youth in Northern California to compete in Braille literacy as Braille literacy is key to success in both education and their future career. Vi has experienced serving on several nonprofit boards including the California Deaf-Blind Services at San Francisco State University and the California Transition Council. Prior to moving to Eugene, Vi served as co-chair for the SFPD’s Community Policing Advisory Board. Vi is passionate about his community and loves the ocean, dogs, volleyball, and cooking. As an Asian American who immigrated to the states over four decades ago, and a personal with disabilities, Vi brings a diverse cultural background to this board.
Silverio Mogart has lived in Eugene since 2004. He attended Lane Community College and has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon. Mr. Mogart has been on the Police Commission since August of 2016. He also serves on the Lane County Community Health Council and the Trillium Community Advisory Council.
Amanda McCluskey (Human Rights Commission Liaison) is an Oregon native, who has lived in and around Eugene, Springfield and Walterville. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Family and Human Services from University of Oregon and is pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration at Southern Oregon University. She has worked at HIV Alliance for 14 years, currently as Senior Program Director. She is currently serving as Treasure on the Board of Directors at MECCA. She is the Chair of the Human Rights Commission and serves as the Human Rights Commission Liaison to the Eugene Police Commission and previously served as Vice Chair. Amanda enjoys being outside, crafting, gardening, and paddle boarding. She lives in North Eugene with her son and cat.
Dr. Michael Hames-García studies and teaches about inequalities of race, class, gender, sexuality and disability in the criminal justice system from policing and criminal courts to incarceration and reentry. His current research examines community oversight of law enforcement in Eugene, Los Angeles, and British Columbia. He was raised in Oregon and is a soccer and baseball fan.