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Citizen Review Board Quarterly Report, April to June 2013

Citizen Review Board Quarterly Report, April to June 2013

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Published by Douglass Dowty
The CRB released its latest report Sept. 23
The CRB released its latest report Sept. 23

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Published by: Douglass Dowty on Sep 23, 2013
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SYRACUSE
CRB
CITIZEN REVIEW BOARD
Quarterly Report April 1 to June 30, 2013
 
 
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Mission & Objectives ............................................................................................................ 1Board Members & Terms ..................................................................................................... 2Operations ............................................................................................................................... 2Increasing CRB-SPD Rate of Agreement ......................................................................... 3Commitment from Chief Fowler ......................................................................................... 3 Assistance to County Legislature in Forming CRB for the Justice Center .................... 4Hearings for Inmates of the Justice Center ........................................................................ 4IA Pro Purchase .................................................................................................................... 4Outside Legal Counsel ........................................................................................................... 4Notice of Claim Cases ........................................................................................................... 5Filing a Complaint with the CRB ......................................................................................... 5Hearings & Recommendations ............................................................................................ 5Public Meetings & Outreach ................................................................................................ 5Case Summaries of Sustained Findings ............................................................................... 6Budget ...................................................................................................................................... 9Case Statistics ........................................................................................................................ 10
 
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MISSION & OBJECTIVES
 The purpose of the Citizen Review Board is to provide an open, independent, and impartial review of allegations of misconduct by members of the Syracuse Police Department; to assess the validity of thoseallegations through the investigation and hearing of cases; to recommend disciplinary sanctions where warranted; and to make recommendations on Syracuse police policies, practices and procedures.In fulfillment of its legislative purpose and mission, the Board is committed to:Creating an institution that encourages citizens to feel welcome in filing a complaint when they believe that they have been a victim of police misconduct;
Making the public aware of the CRB’s existence and process through ongoing community 
outreach events and coverage by local media;Completing investigations and reviews of complaints in a thorough, yet timely fashion;Remaining unbiased, impartial, objective and fair in the investigation, evaluation, and hearing of complaints;Engaging in community dialog that encourages citizen input with the CRB;Respecting the rights of complainants and subject officers;
Upholding the integrity and purpose of the CRB’s enabling legislation; and
 Reporting to the Mayor, the Common Council, the Chief of Police and the public any patternsor practices of police misconduct discovered during the course of investigation and review of complaints.
 
Operating in an open and transparent manner to the extent permitted by applicable municipaland state laws, regulations and ordinances
 

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