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About the CPC

The Cleveland Community Police Commission (CPC) was established in 2015 as part of the Consent Decree between the City of Cleveland and the U.S. Department of Justice.

The 13 Commissioners of the CPC work with the community to make recommendations on policies and practices to help strengthen relationships between officers and the communities they serve.

News & Announcements

Community Police Commission Statement on Tragic Loss of Tamia Chappman and CDP Officer

The CPC has issued a statement in response to the vehicle pursuit on Friday, December 20 that ended with the tragic loss of 13 year old Tamia Chappman. We are also aware that an officer who may have been on the scene reportedly took their own life.

The CPC extends their condolences to the affected families and will be holding a special meeting for the Cleveland community to talk about recent events. 

Read the CPC's Statement

In the 2019 Annual Report and Comprehensive Review, we summarize the work carried out by the dedicated volunteer commissioners, citizens & partners that make up the Cleveland Community Police Commission towards the advancement of police reform in Cleveland.

Read the Report

What are your thoughts about Cleveland Police accountability? Your responses are crucial in making policy recommendations, so we appreciate your input. 
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