Civilian Police Review Board (CPRB)
Urbana Police Department Report to City Council Concering Traffic Stop Data OCT 2016The Urbana Civilian Police Review Board (CPRB) is a city board, with subpoena power, established by Mayor Prussing and the Urbana City Council in 2011 to provide a fair and independent process for the review of citizen complaints concerning sworn police officers. The Board is not a part of the police department.
Charged with offering a citizen’s perspective to the review of complaints and to provide a systematic means to promote and maintain positive police-community relations, the Board reviews complaints in a fair, thorough and timely manner and reports board findings to the Mayor and Chief of Police.
- Board Membership. The Board is comprised of seven (7) members appointed by the mayor with the approval of the city council. Members are chosen from diverse segments of the community. Members serve without compensation for a term of three (3) years. Terms of office are staggered.
- Meeting Schedule. The Board holds regular quarterly meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. in the Urbana City Council Chambers. Special meetings may be held as deemed necessary. Board meetings are open to the public in accordance with the Illinois Open Meetings Act and public participation is welcome.
- Agendas and Minutes. To view prior meetings as well as their agendas and minutes, please visit Archive of Agendas and Minutes.
- Broadcast Meetings. If you prefer to view Board meetings remotely, please note that meetings are broad cast by Urbana Public Television through Comcast on channel 6, AT&T U-Verse on channel 99 and streamed on the web.
Explore the CPRB
Visit the CPRB's resource page to learn more about:
- Filing a Citizen Police Complaint
- The Citizen Police Complaint Review process
- The TASER Display Review Process
- Frequently Asked Questions
The Civilian Police Review Board is staffed and supported by the City of Urbana Human Relations Office.
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