Civilian Police Review Board (CPRB)
Welcome to the Civilian Police Review Board
The 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.
Here you can learn more about:
- Filing a Citizen Police Complaint
- The Complaint Review process
- The Taser Review Process
- The work of the Civilian Police Review Board