Media Advisories, Press Releases, and Public Letters

The Community Police Commission (CPC) is available to assist with inquiries from journalists on issues regarding police reform. To schedule an interview with a CPC commissioner, email us at or call 216-505-5920. 

December 27, 2019 - The CPC has issued a statement in response to the vehicle pursuit 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. 

September 12, 2019 - The event recognizes four years of work and dedication by the individuals and organizations involved in the Cleveland police reform process. RSVP for the event on Eventbrite.

The Honorable Solomon Oliver, Jr. will be the keynote speaker of the evening. Monitor Hassan Aden of the Cleveland Police Monitoring Team will be welcoming the community to the event and providing opening remarks.

August 10, 2018 - The Cleveland Police Commission today issued its response to the City of Cleveland draft Community & Problem Oriented Policing Plan (CPOP) as well as the accompanying Staffing and Resource Policy and Recruitment Plans. The CPC document represents months of critical review and community engagement. That engagement included city wide presentations, business and law leadership meetings, surveys and focus group discussions.

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