How does the CRB choose which cases to review?

CRB members receive a report every month listing all the closed investigations completed the previous month. CRB members can share their interest to review a particular case with the Chair and Vice-Chair, who meet regularly with IPA staff to identify which cases and training topics to select for future meetings. 

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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?