Community & Problem Oriented Policing (CPOP)

(Consent Decree, paragraphs 14 – 34)

“CDP will develop and implement a comprehensive and integrated community and problem-oriented policing model in order to promote and strengthen partnerships within the community, engage constructively with the community to ensure collaborative problem-solving, and increase community confidence in CDP. CDP will consult with the Commission regarding this model as appropriate.”

Recommendations and Reports

Community & Problem Oriented Policing (CPOP): Mini Stations in the Context of 21st Century Policing

The goal of the CPC is to be a place where Cleveland comes together to talk about the types of police services that it wants and needs. Recently, there has been public debate centered on the revival of the discontinued Cleveland Division of Police Mini-Station Program.Continue reading Community & Problem Oriented Policing (CPOP): Mini Stations in the Context of 21st Century Policing

How you can get involved

Community feedback – YOUR feedback – is crucial to ensuring the Commission’s reports and recommendations on ways to improve police policies reflect the values of all Cleveland residents. Join a Commissioner lead work group to discuss and prepare reports on issues outlined in the Consent Decree, or view our list of other ways to get involved in the police reform process and have your voices heard. Together we can make policies better.