Recreation Center 召開會議，請大家前往參加，讓警察委員會瞭解你所關心的事情或者社區里的問題。
.Cleveland Community Police Commission is holding a meeting at
Sterling Recreation Center on Thursday, 8/25/16 at 5:30pm to 8:30pm.
Therefore, please come and let them know your concerns and issues.
The Cleveland Community Police Commission is committed to holding
public, open meetings. Commissioners will seek and depend on
critical community feedback, perspectives, and policy and legal
expertise, in order to build community trust, improve the way police
services are delivered, and establish a transparent and accountable
The Cleveland Community Police Commission is the second of its kind
in the nation.
Emerging out of citizen advocacy and a consent decree with the U.S.
Department of Justice and the City of Cleveland announced on May 26,
2015, the Cleveland Community Police Commission is made up of ten
civilian representatives and one representative each from the
Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association, the Fraternal Order of
Police and the Black Shield.
The Cleveland CPC has the broad mandate to:
*Develop and make recommendations for comprehensive police reform.
This includes assessing police policies, procedures, practices and
culture; improving community problem-oriented policing, bias-free
and constitutional policing; and providing police transparency
*Represent community voice and interests and develop recommendations
that reflect an understanding of the values and priorities of
Publicly report to the City and community and provide transparency
on police department reforms
The Cleveland CPC believes the pathway to transforming the Cleveland
Division of Police and building legitimacy and transparency must be
paved with community input and trust, and a belief in the dignity of
Community Relations Board
Cleveland City Hall
601 Lakeside Avenue, Room 11
Tel: 216-664-2319 Fax: 216-664-2311