Citizen Police Review Board
Citizens can make a complaint to the Citizen Police Review Board using this form.
The mission of the Citizen Police Review Board is to promote the highest principles of professional police conduct including, but not limited to, fairness, empathy, and consistency in police and community relations, the use of force, and the investigation of citizen complaints.
The Board will hold meetings no less than six times a year in the Second Floor Training Room of the DeKalb Police Department at 700 West Lincoln Highway.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to a meeting. Minutes are available following approval.
- Review Police Department policies, procedures, rules and regulations and provide recommendations of changes that are consistent with the Board’s mission.
- Monitor the Police Department’s compliance with the state training mandates through quarterly reports from the Police Chief.
- Consider citizen complaints and police officer use of force cases. This work includes holding informal inquires and reviewing relevant records before providing written recommendations to the Police Chief.
Regulations, Recommendations & Final Decisions
As the work of the Board progresses, its regulations, recommendations and final decisions will be available on this webpage.
The Board consists of five civilian members appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the City Council. For the initial appointments, three members will serve two-year terms and two members will serve one-year terms. After the initial appointments, each term will be for two years.
- Maurice McDavid - Chair
- Justin Carlson
- Kate Noreiko
- Veronica Origel
- Andre Powell
DeKalb Police Department
Mission statement: The members of the DeKalb Police Department are committed to reducing crime and enhancing the quality of life through an active partnership with our community.
More information on the Board can be found in Chapter 46 of the Municipal Code.