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CRC
Information for Upcoming CRC Meetings
CRC meeting agendas and corresponding documents
Supplemental Requested information for CRC
Requested information for ongoing CRC work
Tracking List
CRC work progress and goals
Community Public Forum Notes
Community feedback on police accountability gathered from the public forums
Current CRC Members and CRC Recruitment
Current member bios & information about volunteer recruitment for police accountability
CRC Meeting Information & Public Announcements
Information about Citizen Review Committee public meetings & upcoming events
CRC Reports
Workgroup reports
2014 CRC Community Forums (image/jpeg, 501kb)

Information about CRC members

 

 

 

The eleven-member Citizen Review Committee (CRC) was created in 2001 to help improve police accountability, promote higher standards of police services, and increase public confidence.  Volunteer CRC members are appointed by City Council to perform four primary functions:

  • Gather community concerns about police services.
  • Help the IPR Director develop policy recommendations to address patterns of problems with police services and conduct.
  • Review and advise IPR and IA on the complaint handling process.
  • Hear appeals from complainants and officers and publicly report its findings.