The CPRB currently meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 10:00am. Agendas are subject to revision and are handed out the day of the meeting.
Meetings are streamed live on the Office of Professional Standards’ YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCjvji5gYnraY74Emrj6N5wg
About the Civilian Police Review Board: The CPRB is comprised of 9 members. The Mayor appoints five members and the City Council appoints the remaining four members. In an effort to be representative of all of Cleveland’s diverse communities, each of the police districts is represented by at least one member who resides in that district. Additionally, at least one member of the Board is between the ages of 18 and 30 at the time of appointment.
More Information and the meeting agenda here: https://www.clevelandohio.gov/CityofCleveland/Home/Government/CityAgencies/OPS/Hearings
Check the source website for additional information
Cleveland Office of Professional Standards
The Office of Professional Standards (OPS) is an independent agency within the City of Cleveland Department of Public Safety and is composed of civilian employees only. It has the responsibility of receiving and investigating non-criminal complaints filed by members of the public against sworn and non-sworn Cleveland Division of Police employees.
OPS is also empowered to make findings and recommend action to the Civilian Police Review Board (“CPRB”) regarding those complaints. The CPRB reviews misconduct complaints investigated by OPS and makes recommendations for resolution to the Chief of Police. Prior to recommending discipline or determining that a complaint warrants no action, the CPRB may hold a public hearing. Upon making its decision, the CPRB submits its findings and recommendations to the Chief of Police and notifies the complainant of the disposition.
The mission of OPS and CPRB is to increase accountability and improve public confidence in the police by receiving and fairly, thoroughly, objectively, and timely investigating and resolving misconduct complaints against Cleveland Division of Police employees.
As part of its mission, OPS is also empowered to make policy recommendations that will improve the citizen complaint process, increase understanding between the public and CDP employees, reduce the incidence of misconduct and reduce the risk of the use of force by CDP officers.
OPS and CPRB are committed to providing the community with an accessible and safe environment in which to file complaints and have their complaints heard.