What are the qualifications for serving on the CRB?

Members of the civilian review board shall be volunteers appointed by the city council, who immediately prior to appointment shall be:

  1. A resident of the city;
  2. Of the age of 18 years or older; and
  3. Able to pass a background investigation consistent with investigations conducted for other city volunteers who have similar access to police records and/or facilities. 

The following characteristics shall be considered by the city council when appointing members to the

civilian review board:

  1. A demonstrated ability to be fair, impartial and unbiased;
  2. An absence of any real or perceived bias, prejudice or conflict of interest;
  3. A record of community involvement;
  4. An ability to build working relationships and communicate effectively with diverse groups; and
  5. A demonstrated commitment to the purpose of sections 2.240 through 2.246 and 2.450 through 2.456.

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1. What is the difference between the Independent Police Auditor and the Civilian Review Board?
2. What are the qualifications for serving on the CRB?
3. Where can I apply to serve on the CRB?
4. Are CRB meetings open to the public?
5. How can I attend CRB meetings?
6. How does the CRB choose which cases to review?
7. How can I request that CRB review my case during one of their meetings?
8. Why can't CRB members disclose the names of officers and complainants during their case reviews?
9. Why don’t CRB members discuss discipline received by the officer(s) when reviewing a case?