The Cleveland Community Police Commission (CPC) consists of 13 members representing Cleveland’s diverse community. As mandated in the consent decree, the Cleveland CPC is comprised of 10 individuals who either live or work in the City of Cleveland, and represent at least one of the following 8 categories:


  1. Faith-based organizations

  2. Civil rights advocates

  3. Business/philanthropic community

  4. Organizations representing communities of color

  5. Advocacy organizations

  6. Youth or student organizations

  7. Academia

  8. Individuals with expertise in the challenges facing people with mental illness or the homeless



The Cleveland CPC also includes a representative of each of the following three police associations:


  • The Black Shield

  • Fraternal Order of Police (FOP); and

  • The Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association (CPPA).

About the Selection Process

Meet the Current Commissioners



The Community Police Commission Selection Panel, appointed by Mayor Jackson in consultation with the Department of Justice and members of City Council and were sworn into the Cleveland CPC on September 8, 2015.

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