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 process.
The Cleveland Community Police Commission holds three kinds of meetings:
The Cleveland CPC has four committees, under which a number of subcommittees or "work groups" operate to help the Cleveland CPC execute upon its mandate and meet the deadlines set in the Consent Decree. These subcommittees or "work groups" are open, public meetings. To access the details and related documents for each meeting, click on the meeting date of interest and select "more details" from the meeting summary.