Officer Assistance and Support

May 29, 2018

Order granting Monitor Matthew Barge's Motion to Approve Cleveland Division of Police In-Service Training Instructor Selection Policy.  Pursuant to the recommendation of the Monitor that the court approve the Proposed Policy, the court hereby approves said policy and orders it effective immediately. Signed by Judge Solomon Oliver, Jr. on 5/25/2018.

May 29, 2018

CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Cleveland police department must hire more women and minority officers to reach staffing levels that accurately reflect the demographics of the community it serves, according to a draft of a recruitment plan released Tuesday.
 

The plan calls on the police department to hire 75 women and 75 minorities by the end of 2019. Reaching a diverse pool of applicants can be difficult, as applications to the police department have decreased in recent years and more officers become eligible for retirement, Public Safety Director Michael McGrath said in his introduction to the plan.

 

Read more, here.

May 22, 2018

Purpose of the Training Review Committee is to review the training plans, discuss implementation, schedule to ensure adherence to Consent Decree requirements.

 

This report was compiled by Commissioner LaToya Logan, the Cleveland CPC representative to the Training Review Committee.

February 20, 2018

Purpose of the Training Review Committee is to review the training plans, discuss implementation, schedule to ensure adherence to Consent Decree requirements.

 

This report was compiled by Commissioner LaToya Logan, Co-Chair and Cleveland CPC representative to the Training Review Committee.

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