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10-12-2021 Meeting PacketMEMORANDUM COMMUNITY POLICE REVIEW BOARD A Board of the City of Iowa City DATE: October 6, 2021 TO: CPRB Members FROM: Chris Olney RE: Board Packet for meeting on TUESDAY OCTOBER 12, 2021 Enclosed please find the following documents for your review and comment at the next board meeting: • Agenda for 10/12/21 • Minutes of the meeting on 9/20/21 • ICPD Memorandum- Quarterly Summary report IAIR/CPRB, 31 Qtr 2021 • Table of Proposed Changes for the CPRB — Updated 10/6/21 • Office Contacts — September 2021 • Complaint Deadlines AGENDA COMMUNITY POLICE REVIEW BOARD Tuesday, October 12, 2021 — 5:30 P.M. EMMA J HARVAT HALL 410 E. Washington Street ITEM NO.1 CALL TO ORDER and ROLL CALL ITEM NO.2 REPORT FROM NOMINATING COMMITTEE ITEM NO.3 CONSIDER MOTION TO FIX METHOD OF VOTING COMMENT: As the By -Laws do not prescribe the method of voting, the Board will need to make a motion to fix the method of voting. Nominations can be made by balloting or from the floor. Voting can be by voice vote, show of hands, or ballot. The Board should decide if the basis for decision is majority vote of the total membership and procedure for canvass of ballots. ITEM NOA NOMINATIONS FOR OFFICE OF CHAIRPERSON MOTION TO CLOSE NOMINATIONS BALLOT OR VOTE ITEM NO.5 NOMINATIONS FOR OFFICE OF VICE -CHAIRPERSON MOTION TO CLOSE NOMINATIONS BALLOT OR VOTE ITEM NO. 6 CONSIDER MOTION ADOPTING CONSENT CALENDAR AS PRESENTED OR AMENDED ■ Minutes of the meeting on 9/20/21 • ICPD Memorandum- Quarterly Summary report IAIR/CPRB, 3' Qtr 2021 ITEM NO. 7 NEW BUSINESS Meet Law Enforcement Liaison, Joah Seelos ITEM NO. 8 OLD BUSINESS • Discussion of CPRB Recommendations to City Council ITEM NO. 9 PUBLIC COMMENT OF ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA (Commentators shall address the Board for no more than 5 minutes. The Board shall not engage in discussion with the public concerning said items). ITEM NO. 10 BOARD INFORMATION CPRB-Page 2 October 12, 2021 ITEM NO. 11 STAFF INFORMATION ITEM NO. 12 MEETING SCHEDULE and FUTURE AGENDAS • November 9, 2021, 5:30 PM, Emma J Harvat Hall • December, 14, 2021, 5:30 PM, Emma J Harvat Hall ■ January 11, 2022, 5:30 PM, Emma J Harvat Hall ITEM NO. 13 CONSIDER MOTION TO ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION based on Section 21.5(1)(a) of the Code of Iowa to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential or to be kept confidential as a condition for that government body's possession or continued receipt of federal funds, and 22.7(11) personal information in confidential personnel records of public bodies including but not limited to cities, boards of supervisors and school districts, and 22-7(5) police officer investigative reports, except where disclosure is authorized elsewhere in the Code; and 22.7(18) Communications not required by law, rule or procedure that are made to a government body or to any of its employees by identified persons outside of government, to the extent that the government body receiving those communications from such persons outside of government could reasonably believe that those persons would be discouraged from making them to that government body if they were available for general public examination. ITEM NO. 14 ADJOURNMENT If you will need disability -related accommodations in order to participate in this program/event, please contact Chris Olney at 319-356-5043, christine-olney@iowa-city.org. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time to meet your access needs. CALL TO ORDER: DRAFT COMMUNITY POLICE REVIEW BOARD MINUTES — September 20, 2021 Vice Chair Orville Townsend called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. MEMBERS PRESENT: Jerri MacConnell, Amanda Nichols, Theresa Seeberger, Saul Mekies MEMBERS ABSENT: None STAFF PRESENT: Staff Chris Olney, Legal Counsel Patrick Ford STAFF ABSENT: None OTHERS PRESENT Iowa City Police Chief Dustin Liston City Council Member Janice Weiner, CPRB Liaison RECOMMENDATIONS TO COUNCIL None. CONSENT CALENDAR Motion by Mekies, seconded by MacConnell, to adopt the consent calendar as amended. • Minutes of the meeting on 8/2/21 • Minutes of the meeting on 8/30/21 • ICPD General Order 99-01 (Police Vehicle Pursuits) ■ ICPD Use of Force Review/Report June • ICPD Use of Force Review/Report July • Correspondence from Sue Dulek, Assistant City Attorney Re: CPRB recommendations ICPD General Order 01-01 (Bias -Based Policing) Motion carried, 5/0. PUBLIC DISCUSSION None.. NEW BUSINESS Select Nominating Committee — Townsend and Seeberger volunteered to be on the nominating committee. They will report back to the Board with recommendations for Chair and Vice Chair at the next meeting. Discussion CPRB role and purpose defined Townsend asked Ford to explain the role and purpose of the CPRB. Ford explained the goals can be found under City Code Chapter 8-8-2, 8-8-7: INTENT AND GOALS: 8-8-2 (A) Investigations into claims of inappropriate conduct by sworn police. 8-8-2 (B) An annual reporting system regarding complaints against sworn police officers will be established to give the city council sufficient information to assess the overall performance of the Iowa City police. CPRB September 20, 2021 Draft Ford noted the duties can be found under City Code Chapter 8-8-7. 8-8-7: DUTIES OF BOARD: COMPLAINT REVIEW AND GENERAL DUTIES: 8-8-7(B) The board shall review all Police Chiefs reports and City Manager's reports concerning complaints. 8-8-7(C) Maintain a central registry of written complaints filed with the board or with the Iowa City Police Department. Collect data and do an annual report to the City Council. In addition to the annual report, the board shall report to the City Council, from time to time, on police practices, procedures, and policies, including recommended changes. MacConnell stated she had asked for clarification of the Boards role and purpose as she felt with all the recommendations to change the ordinance and police policies the Board had gone off track to that of what the role and actual duties of being a review board were. Nichols noted recommendations on police policy was part of the Boards duty under 8-8-7(C). Townsend stated the City Council had charged the Board with presenting recommendations regarding changes to the CPRB ordinance to enhance its ability to provide effective civilian oversite of the ICPD. The Board had submitted twelve recommendations which are being reviewed. He noted this has been an on-going process which is still unfinished because the Council was waiting for the Board to report back on a proposed budget. Ford reiterated the two main purposes of the CPRB were to review complaints filed by citizens regarding Iowa City sworn officers and review of police practices and policies. OLD BUSINESS Discussion of CPRB Recommendations to the City Council Recommendations to be considered after information is received from the CPRB on items #9 and 10. Item #9. The CPRB shall be provided city funding to promote awareness of the CPRB and enhance accessibility to its services. (Le., outreach, streamed meetings on Facebook, website enhancements, bl-annual community forums, CPRB contact info printed on all Officer cards, awareness events, and CPRB information provided to each person issued a citation or at the time they are released from custody in the event they were arrested) - City Council requested that the CPRB propose an annual budget amount for consideration. BUDGET ITEMS — Townsend asked members to report on the assigned items that needed cost researched in order to provide City Council with an annual budget for funding to promote awareness of the CPRB and enhance accessibility to its services. _CPRB contact information printed on police officer business cards - Townsend recapped his previous report of the cost as $3,314.15 which is a one-time cost to replace all officer business cards. Bi -annual community forums and outreach awareness events — MacConnell reported cupcakes would be $1.00 each for food noting that the total cost would depend on how many forums are held and the number of attendees. MacConnell also suggested the forums could be advertised in the Daily Iowan as well as the Press Citizen which would bring more public awareness. CPRB September 20, 2021 Draft Seeberger reported she was waiting to hear back on placing CPRB fliers and brochures at the courthouse and would report back at the next meeting. Olney will provide cost for printing brochures and fliers. Item #10. The City shall provide complainants access to a lawyer and social worker/medical professional with trauma awareness training for purposes of assisting complainants throughout the complaint process. - The City Council requested that the CPRB investigate how the social worker/medical professional services would be secured and provide an estimated cost for such services in the above-mentioned budget request. Townsend reminded the Board that they had agreed to not pursue the recommendation for access to a lawyer for purposes of assisting complainants throughout the complaint process and to instead focus on providing a social worker with trauma awareness training. Access to a social worker/medical professional with trauma awareness training for purposes of assisting complainants throughout the complaint process - Ford explained that the City Council was requesting the Board to report how the social worker process would be secured and the cost. MacConnell had concerns with offering access to a social worker and felt it could evolve into offering therapy, she understood that the services should only be that of assisting with the filing of a complaint. MacConnell noted that the current compliant process already states a complainant can bring a support person such as family member, friend, clergy person or other similar representative. Townsend felt the CPRB could be a source for information for outside services available to the complainant without having the City involved in providing the service itself, adding that he does understand the need to have more available social services within the community. Nichols stated she had requested this recommendation and felt strongly that the complainant should have a trained professional with trauma awareness training as an advocate throughout the entire complaint process including the investigation interview with the police. Nichols noted that outside non-profit agencies are short staffed and struggling to keep up with the need. Nichols will prepare a draft budget report for the board to review at the next meeting. Townsend asked Board members if there were any comments regarding the memo from City Attorney Eric Goers to City Council regarding CPRB's proposals for changes to the ordinance which was included in the meeting packet. Townsend noted it appeared many of the recommendations were at a roadblock because of state law, MacConnell agreed. Nichols stated she had issues with the idea of saying that even when it is the right thing to do, we are not going to do it because it is the law. She explained that cities can and do challenge state laws, noting the City Council had recently challenged the mask mandate. She felt that if there was a bad law, it is the duty of people in positions like the CPRB to challenge that law and ultimately the City Council to challenge it and have it play out in the court system. She has a problem with not even trying to change state law. MacConnell felt requesting changes to the law was outside the realm of the CPRB's role and requests to change law should be from individuals not the Board. Nichols stated it would CPRB September 20, 2021 Draft ultimately be the City Council. Townsend agreed with MacConnell that it should be individuals that pursue state law changes, however he would not be opposed to the possibility of the Board writing a letter if the majority of Board agreed. Ford explained that the memo from the City Attorney to City Council was a legal review of the twelve recommendations the CPRB had previously submitted, noting that the Board has not yet heard what if any actions the Council may take and suggested waiting until then. BOARD INFORMATION MacConnell suggested inviting the person assigned to work with the police department in assisting with mental health calls to attend a meeting to give the Board an overall view of the new position. Chief Liston noted he could arrange to have Law Enforcement Liaison Joah Seelos attend a meeting. The Board agreed to add this to the next meeting new business. STAFF INFORMATION None. TENTATIVE MEETING SCHEDULE and FUTURE AGENDAS suh'ect to change • October 12, 2021, 5:30 PM, Emma J Harvat Hall • November 9, 2021, 5:30 PM, Emma J Harvat Hall ■ December 14, 2021, 5:30 PM, Emma J Harvat Hall EXECUTIVE SESSION Motion by Nichols, seconded by Seeberger to adjourn into Executive Session based on Section 21.5(1)(a) of the Code of Iowa to review or discuss records which are required or authorized by state or federal law to be kept confidential or to be kept confidential as a condition for that government body's possession or continued receipt of federal funds, and 22.7(11) personal information in confidential personnel records of public bodies including but not limited to cities, boards of supervisors and school districts, and 22-7(5) police officer investigative reports, except where disclosure is authorized elsewhere in the Code; and 22.7(18) Communications not required by law, rule or procedure that are made to a government body or to any of its employees by identified persons outside of government, to the extent that the government body receiving those communications from such persons outside of government could reasonably believe that those persons would be discouraged from making them to that government body if they were available for general public examination. Motion carried, 5/0. Open session adjourned at 6:19 P.M. REGULAR SESSION Returned to open session at 7:36 P.M. Motion by Seeberger, seconded by Nichols to set level of review for CPRB Complaint #21-01, to 8-8-7(B)(1)(a), On the record with no additional investigation. Motion carried, 5/0. ADJOURNMENT Motion for adjournment by Nichols, seconded by Seeberger. Motion carried, 5/0. Meeting adjourned at 7:37 P.M. N X x x x x O� N x x X x x i M X x x x X i i N x i x i x o x N N �cC X i x i x x o 'r o V1 LL x i x i x x X N M M N N M W N O � C C ems+ C ttl b�0 y z Memorandum TO: File FROM: Captain Denise Brotherton RE: Quarterly Summary Report IAIR/CPRB, 3rd Quarter 2021 DATE: October 1, 2021 Attached you will find the IAIR/CPRB 2021 3rd quarter summary report for the Iowa City Police Department Internal Affairs/Citizen's Police Review Board investigative file. There were two non -criminal investigations for improper conduct and action involving two ICPD employees that were initiated internally. There were four externally driven investigations involving eight ICPD employees. Three of the four external complaints were received through the CPRB. Two of the complaints were for improper conduct, one complaint was for an improper action and one complaint was for excessive force. cc: CPRB Sgt. 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M M N N N N N NN N O O O O N N N N M M M M N N N N 61 O 0) co co co Cl) O O O O N N N N 0 N N m c6 a N O N N O O mm LL Table of proposed changes to the Community Police Review Board Updated 10/6/21 No. Description Status I THAT IN INSTANCES OF A SUSTAINED MISCONDUCT • 03-73-2021 Council requested COMPLAINT, THE CPRB BE GIVEN INFORMATION legal review ABOUT THE CORRESPONDING DISCIPLINE, AND •04-16-2021 CPRB requested a THAT THE CPRB BE ALLOWED TO INCLUDE IN ITS time estimate REPORT ITS FINDINGS ON WHETHER THE ' 04-22-2021 City Attorney said DISCIPLINE IS REASONABLE AND FAIR. analysis on hold until state legislature acts on amendments to Iowa Code Chapter 80F • 08-05-2021 City Attorney advised Council that this would require a change to state law 2 THE CPRB SHALL HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO •03-23-2021 Council requested REQUEST THE CITY COUNCIL HAVE A legal review DISCIPLINARY HEARING. • 04-16-2021 CPRB requested a time estimate •04-22-2021 City Attorney said analysis on hold until state legislature acts on amendments to Iowa Code Chapter 80F • 08-05-2021 City Attorney advised Council that this would require a change to state law 3 THAT AN ACCUSED OFFICER BE REQUIRED TO •03-23-2021 Council requested COMPLY WITH A CPRB INVESTIGATION OR BE legal review DISCIPLINED BY THE CHIEF OF POLICE/CITY • 04-16-2021 CPRB requested a MANAGER. time estimate 904-22-2021 City Attorney said analysis on hold until state legislature acts on amendments to Iowa Code Chapter 80F • 08-05-2021 City Attorney advised Council that this would require a change to state law 4 A COMPLAINANT SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO •03-23_2021 Council approved RESPOND TO THE CHIEF'S FINDINGS IN THE • Q3-26-2021 City Attorney drafted CHIEF'S REPORT BEFORE THE CPRB SHALL • 04-14-2021 CPRB approved CONDUCT ITS INVESTIGATION. •04-22-2021 City Attorney said COMPLETED recommendation will be presented to council on May 4, 2021 •Approved by council, and enacted pursuant to Ordinance No. 214857 on May 18, 2021. 5 THE ONLINE DATABASE OF OFFICER COMPLAINTS •03-23-2021 Council requested SHALL BE IMPROVED TO ALLOW FOR QUICK legal review SEARCHES OF COMPLAINT HISTORY AND A .04-16-2021 CPRB requested a COMPUTERIZED RISK-MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO time estimate ANALYZE TRENDS. .04-22_202 l City Attorney said analysis on hold until state legislature acts on amendments to Iowa Code Chapter 80F • 08-05-2021 City Attorney advised Council that this would require a change to state law 6 ALL COMPLAINTS OF MISCONDUCT SHALL BE ■ 03-23-2021 Council requested INCLUDED IN THE POLICE DEPARTMENT'S discussion between chief and MONTHLY DISCLOSURES TO THE CPRB. CPRB COMPLETED ■ 04-16-2021 CPRB and chief discussed, and chief agreed 7 CPRB SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH ADDITIONAL ■03-23-2021 Council requested INFORMATION IN THE POLICE DEPARTMENT discussion between chief and QUARTERLY REPORTS TO REVIEW FOR CERTAIN CPRB TRENDS ■04-16-2021 CPRB and chief COMPLETED discussed, and chief agreed 8 CPR SHOD LD M&AIE THE A UTI-4-0RITV TO H1RE AN ■03-23-2021 Council requested more info from CPR B _ •_ T G Thi e04-16-2021 CPRB assigned task PROGEDUR (Modified by the board on 7-13-2021— see to subcommittee below) ■06-08-2021 CPRB discussed refining the request — to require that [CPD give the CALEA report ONCE IT IS RECEIVED, THE CHIEF SHALL MAKE A to the board when received, and to CALEA ACCREDITATION REPORT AVAILABLE TO authorize the board to request an THE CPRB. FURTHERMORE, THE CPRB SHOULD audit on as-needed basis HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO HIRE AN INDEPENDENT AUDITOR IF THE CPRB BELIEVES THERE IS AN •07-13-2021 CPRB Board IMMEDIATE PROCEDURAL ISSUE THAT CANNOT redelincd the recommendation BE RECONCILED THROUGH OTHER MEANS. 9 CPRB SHALL BE PROVIDED CITY FUNDING TO •03-23-2021 Council requested PROMOTE AWARENESS OF THE CPRB AND more info from CPRB ENHANCE ACCESSIBILITY TO ITS SERVICES. a 04-16-2021 CPRB assigned task to subcommittee 10 COMPLAINANTS SHALL HAVE ACCESS TO A ■43-23-2021 Council requested LAWYER AND SOCIAL WORKER/MEDICAL legal review PROFESSIONAL WITH TRAUMA AWARENESS •04-16-2021 CPRB requested a TRAINING FOR PURPOSES OF ASSISTING time estimate COMPLAINANTS THROUGHOUT THE COMPLAINT •04-22-2421 City Attorney said PROCESS. analysis on hold until state legislature acts on amendments to Iowa Code Chapter 80F ■08-02-2021 CPRB abandoned this recommendation, as it concerns a lawyer 1 1 EXPAND THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE CPRB FROM •03-23-2021 Council agreed, but FIVE TO SEVEN OR NINE MEMBERS, WITH AN wanted further discussion EMPHASIS ON MINORITY REPRESENTATION AND • 04-16-2071 CPRB requested a REPRESENTATION FROM A CURRENT OR FORMER time estimate MEMBER OF THE POLICE OR POLICE POLICY •44-22-2021 City Attorney said EXPERT. legal analysis is not required, but council will discuss along with those items that do require analysis 12 CPRB COMPLAINTS SHOULD BE PERMITTED •03-23-2021 Council requested WHETHER FILED ANONYMOUSLY OR THROUGH legal review THIRD PERSONS SO LONG AS THERE IS .04-16-2021 CPRB requested a SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE OF THE UNDERLYING time estimate CIRCUMSTANCES. 904-22-2021 City Attorney said analysis on hold until state legislature acts on amendments to Iowa Code Chapter 80F •08-05-2021 City Attorney advised Council that this would require a chap e to both city and state law 13 THE STATUTE OF LIMITATION FOR FILING A CPRB • 03-23_2021 Council approved COMPLAINT SHALL BE LENGTHENED FROM 90 •43-26-2021 City Attorney drafted DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF THE ALLEGED •04-14-2021 CPRB approved MISCONDUCT, TO 180 DAYS AFTER THE ALLEGED *04-22-2021 City Attorney said MISCONDUCT. recommendation will be presented COMPLETED to council on May 4, 2021 • Approved by council, and enacted pursuant to Ordinance No. 21-4857 on May 18, 2021. COMMUNITY POLICE REVIEW BOARD OFFICE CONTACTS September 2021 Date Description None October 12, 2021 Mtg Packet COMMUNITY POLICE REVIEW BOARD COMPLAINT DEADLINES CPRB Complaint #20-02 Filed: 06/04/20 Chief's report due (90 days): 09/02/20 Extension Request: 12/15/20 Extension Request: 02/01/21 OIR Report filed: 01/28/21 Chief's Report filed: 06/30/21 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CPRB meeting #1 (Review): 02/09/21 CPRB meeting #2 (Review): 03/09/21 CPRB meeting #3 (Review): 04/14/21 CPRB meeting #4 (Review): 07/13/21 CPRB meeting #5 (Review): 08/02/21 CPRB meeting #6 (Review): 08/30/21 CPRB meeting #7 (Review): 09/20/21 CPRB meeting #8 (Review): 10/12/21 CPRB meeting #9 (Review): ??/??/21 CPRB report due (90 days) from OIR report: 04/28/21 CPRB report due (90 day extension) from Chief's report: 09/28/21 CPRB report due (90 day additional extension): 12/27/21 CPRB Complaint #20-05 Filed: 08/14/20 Chief's report due (90 days): 11/12/20 Extension Request: 12/15/20 Extension Request: 02/01/21 OIR Report filed: 01/28/21 Chief's Report filed: 06/30/21 CPRB meeting #1 (Review): 02/09/21 CPRB meeting #2 (Review): 03/09/21 CPRB meeting #3 (Review): 04/14/21 CPRB meeting #4 (Review): 07/13/21 CPRB meeting #5 (Review): 08/02/21 CPRB meeting #6 (Review): 08/30/21 CPRB meeting #7 (Review): 09/20/21 CPRB meeting #8 (Review): 10/12/21 CPRB meeting #9 (Review): ??/??/21 CPRB report due (90 days) from OIR report: 04/28/21 CPRB report due (90 day extension) from Chief's report: 09/28/21 CPRB report due (90 day additional extension): 12/27/21 CPRB Complaint #20-06 Filed: Chief's report due (90 days): Extension Request: Extension Request: OIR Report filed: Chief's Report filed: October 12, 2021 Mtg Packet 08/19/20 11/17/20 12/15/20 02/01/21 01/28/21 06/30/21 CPRB meeting #1 (Review): 02/09/21 CPRB meeting #2 (Review): 03/09/21 CPRB meeting #3 (Review): 03/26/21 CPRB meeting #4 (Review): 04/14/21 CPRB meeting #5 (Review): 07/13/21 CPRB meeting #6 (Review): 08/02/21 CPRB meeting #7 (Review): 08/30/21 CPRB meeting #8 (Review): 09/20/21 CPRB meeting #9 (Review): 10/12/21 CPRB meeting #10 (Review): ??/??/?? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CPRB report due (90 days) from OIR report: 04/28/21 CPRB report due (90 day extension) 09/28/21 from Chief's report: 09/28/21 CPRB report due (90 day additional extension): 12/27/21 CPRB Complaint #20-07 Filed: 08/27/20 Chief's report due (90 days): 11/25/20 Extension Request: 12/15/20 Extension Request: 02/01/21 OIR Report filed: 01/28/21 Chief's Report filed: 06/30/21 ------------------..--------- ----------------------------------------------- ------- -------------------------------- CPRB meeting #1 (Review): CPRB 02/09/21 CPRB meeting #2 (Review): 03/09/21 CPRB meeting #3 (Review): 04/14/21 CPRB meeting #4 (Review): 07/13/21 CPRB meeting #5 (Review): 08/02/21 CPRB meeting #6 (Review): 08/30/21 CPRB meeting #7 (Review): 09/20/21 CPRB meeting #8 (Review): 10/12/21 CPRB meeting #9 (Review): ??/??/21 -------------------------------------------------------------- CPRB report due (90 days) from OIR report: 04/28/21 CPRB report due (90 day extension) from Chief's report: 09/28/21 CPRB report due (90 day additional extension): 12/27/21 CPRB Com taint #20-08 Filed: Chief's report due (90 days): Extension Request: Extension Request: OIR Report filed: Chief's Report filed: CPRB meeting #1 (Review): CPRB meeting #2 (Review): CPRB meeting #3 (Review): CPRB meeting #4 (Review): CPRB meeting #5 (Review): CPRB meeting #6 (Review): CPRB meeting #7 (Review): CPRB meeting #8 (Review): CPRB meeting #9 (Review): CPRB meeting #10 (Review): October 12, 2021 Mtg Packet 08/27/20 11/25/20 12/15/20 02/01/21 01/28/21 06/30/21 ---------------------- 02/09/21 03/09/21 04/14/21 05/26/21 07/13/21 08/02/21 08/30/21 09/20/21 10/12/21 ??/??/21 CPRB report due (90 days ) from OIR report CPRB report due (90 day extension) from Chief's report: CPRB report due (90 day extension): -------------------------------------------------------------- CPRB Complaint #21-01 Filed: Chief's report due (90 days): Chief's report filed: Complainant's response to the Chief's report (21 days to respond, no response received) Chief/City Manager response to the Complainant's response (10 days to respond): ------------------------------------------------------------- CPRB meeting #1 (Review): CPRB meeting #2 (Review): CPRB meeting #3 (Review): ------------------------------------------------------------------- CPRB report due (90 days from the date of the Chief/City Manager's response to the complainant): 07/29/21 10/27//21 09/02/21 09/23/21 09/20/21 10/12/21 ??/??/21 12/22/21 October 12, 2021 Mtg Packet 1 : j:I:1< . IN. FTMI., Ai 1114 X Filed: 09/20/21 Chief's report due (90 days): 12/20//21 Chief's report filed: ??/??/?? Complainant's response to the Chief's report (21 days to respond) ??/??/?? Chief/City Manager response to the Complainant's response (10 days to respond): ??/???? CPRB meeting #1 (Review): ??/??/?? CPRB meeting #2 (Review): ??/??/?? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CPRB report due (90 days from the date of the Chief/City Manager's response to the complainant): ??/??/?? CPRB Cornolaint #21-03 Filed: 09/27/21 Chief's report due (90 days): 12/27//21 Chief's report filed: ??/??/?? Complainant's response to the Chief's report (21 days to respond) ??/??/?? Chief/City Manager response to the Complainant's response (10 days to respond): ??/???? CPRB meeting #1 (Review): ??/??/?? CPRB meeting #2 (Review): ??/??/?? CPRB report due (90 days from the date of the Chief/City Manager's response to the complainant): ??/??/?? TENTATIVE MEETING SCHEDULE November 9, 2021 December 14, 2021 January 11, 2022 February 8, 2022