Cleveland Community Police Commission Application Form and Instructions

The City of Cleveland and the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio are seeking qualified applicants to fill one vacancy on the Cleveland Community Police Commission (CPC).

The CPC is a 13-person body created as part of the agreement between the City and the Justice Department to foster police and community communication and understanding and to provide input on reform.  It is made up of 10 civilian representatives and one representative from each of the three police unions: the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association, the Fraternal Order of Police and the Black Shield.

The appointed members include representatives of faith-based organizations, civil rights advocates, business/philanthropic groups, organizations representing communities of color, advocacy organizations, youth or student organizations, academia and individuals with expertise in the challenges facing people with mental illness or the homeless.

Cleveland Community Police Commission Application Form and Instructions

http://city.cleveland.oh.us/sites/default/files/forms_publications/ClevelandCPCApplication.pdf