COMMUNITY POLICE REVIEW COMMISSION
PM - CASE REVIEW MEETING
"The Community Police Review Commission was created in order to promote public confidence in
the professionalism and accountability of the sworn staff of the Riverside Police Department."
scheduled hearing times are approximate.
No item will be heard before its scheduled time
4:00 PM – CASE REVIEW (CLOSED SESSION)
2. Public Comments
This is an opportunity for members of the public to address the Commission on closed session items.
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957, the Commission will
adjourn to Closed Session to discuss issues
5:30 PM – TRAINING / SPECIAL MEETING (OPEN SESSION)
Any person wishing to
speak on an agenda item must file this form prior to the beginning of
the meeting or the time
Public Comment will take
place after the introduction of each agenda item. The speaker may choose to
per speaker may be allocated family members or their spokesperson speaking
Three (3) minutes per speaker may be allocated for all other public comment.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
5. Public Comments
Public comment on any subject matter within the Commission's jurisdiction.
A) April 24 Regular Meeting
A) August Outreach
B) Upcoming Outreach Events
1) Mayor's Night Out: Changed to September 11 at Arlanza Elementary School
2) Golden Badge Awards - September 7 at 5:30 PM, Riverside Municipal Auditorium
3) Hometown Heroes Honor Run - October 12, Arlington Sports Park
4) Riverside Neighborhood Conference - October 19, Riverside City College
C) Future Outreach Opportunities
1) Input from Outreach Coordinator on upcoming outreach events
2) Input from Commission Members on potential outreach events
Continue discussion and action, if any, on the Ledezma OID case evaluation. The Commission
has continued its evaluation in Stage II (Fact Finding, Request for Training & Investigation) and
has moved to Stage III (Policy and Procedure Process). The Commission may return to
discussion of completed Stages, if needed.
Continue discussion and action, if any, on the Dunbar OID case evaluation. The Commission
is continuing in Stage I (Commission Member Review) and Stage II (Fact Finding, Request for
Training & Investigation). The Commission may return to discussion of completed Stages, if needed.
Discussion and action, if any, on recommendations or inclusion of new values or procedures in
the City's Code of Ethics for elected officials and members of appointed boards, commissions,
and committees. Per Resolution No. 22461, the Governmental Affairs Committee will hold the
required annual review of the Code of Ethics with the Mayor, City Manager, City Attorney, and
the Chairs of all Boards and Commissions. This meeting will be held on September 4, 2013, at
4 PM in the Mayor's Ceremonial Room. The City Council's public hearing on the resultant
report is scheduled for September 24, 2013, at 7 PM in the Art Pick Council Chamber.
A) CPRC Budget
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54954.2, Commission members may
use this time to make brief