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Contact information

Community Police Review Board
410 E. Washington Street
Iowa City, Iowa 52240
319-356-5043

To contact the entire Board, email CPRB@iowa-city.org. All correspondence addressed to the Community Police Review Board becomes a permanent public record that appears in the Board packet, is archived by the City and will be distributed in the next meeting packet. The sender must include their full name. Unsigned correspondence will not be forwarded to the Board.

Public meeting 

Second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.

Agendas

6/09/2020 Agenda Revised

6/9/20 Meeting Registration link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItfu2pqjMiH9WDzMJfgFguLT8VHLtjDbC3

Meeting ID: 960 9414 8851

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Staff contact 

Chris Olney

Board Members

Term: 07/01/17 - 06/30/21, David Selmer                 

Term: 07/01/17 - 06/30/21, Latisha McDaniel

Term: 07/01/19 - 6/30/23, Jerri MacConnell

Term: 07/01/20 - 6/30/24, Orville Townsend, Sr. - Vice Chair

Term: 07/01/20 - 6/30/24, Amanda Nichols

Origin 

Contact staff

Number of members 

Five

Appointed by

City Council

Term 

Four-year Term, expiring on June 30.

Duties 

The Iowa City Community Police Review Board (hereafter referred to as the CPRB) was established to provide a complaint process into claims of Iowa City police misconduct and assure that investigations are conducted in a manner which is fair, thorough and accurate; and to assist the Police Chief, the City Manager and the City Council in evaluating the overall performance of the Police Department by having it review the Police Department's investigation into complaints. A "complaint to the board" is an allegation of misconduct lodged against a sworn police officer ("police officer" or "officer") employed by the Iowa City police department, where the complained of activity occurred while the officer was acting in the capacity of a sworn police officer.

In addition, the CPRB reviews police policies, procedures, and practices, and may recommend modifications to them.

See also City Code Chapter 8 Community Police Review Board.

Additional information

About the CPRB

Educational video

Complaint form

Reports 

View forum summaries

View public complaint reports

View annual reports

 

 

 

 

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