Filings, Motions & Exhibits
Northern District of Ohio Case No. 1:15-CV-01046
Judge Solomon Oliver, Jr., Chief Judge of the Northern District of Ohio, oversees and enforces the Consent Decree to ensure that the Cleveland Division of Police implements the specific reforms to its systems, strategies, and policies outlined in the Decree.
The court will hold a Status Conference on September 22, 2022 at 3:00pm to discuss: Crisis Intervention and Behavioral Health, the Office of Professional Standards (OPS), Accountability, Community Engagement, including the CDP’s progress toward implementing Community and Problem-Oriented Policing (CPOP), and the progress toward full implementation of the Community Police Commission.
The Monitoring Team designed and performed a review of Cleveland Division of Police’s use of force incidents. This memo summarizes the process and the findings of the Monitor’s review. Additional reviews will take place in 2022 to test for compliance.
Notice of Monitoring Team Memorandum to Cleveland Division of Police Regarding Crisis Intervention Team Response Policy
The Monitor respectfully requests that the topic “Crisis Intervention Team Response Policy” be added to the March 17, 2022 Status Conference agenda.
The court will hold a Status Conference on March 17, 2022 at 3:00pm to discuss: Proposed Consent Decree Amendments related to City of Cleveland Charter § 115 (formerly known as Issue 24); the 2022 Monitoring Plan; the Monitoring Team’s recent assessment of lateral hiring by the Division of Police; the Monitoring Team’s recent assessments of…
The Monitoring Team respectfully submits its Compliance Audit of Cleveland Division of Police (“CDP” or “the Division”) Background Checks for Lateral Hires pursuant to paragraphs 308 – 311 of the Consent Decree. The attached Memorandum (“Exhibit A”) describes the methodology and findings of the review.
Notice Submitting Cleveland Division of Police Policy on Community & Problem Oriented Policing and Associated Training on Data Collection
The Monitoring Team respectfully submits the recently finalized Cleveland Division of Police Community and Problem Oriented Policing (“CPOP”) General Police Order, which sets forth the Division’s expectations for its members’ engagement and problem-solving efforts with the community it serves.
On November 2, 2021, Cleveland voters adopted amendments to existing charter sections which address the PRB, OPS, and adopted a new section establishing a Community Police Commission. The City respects the decision of the electors of the City and strives to fulfill its obligations.
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