From the Court
The consent decree itself (May 26, 2015)
From the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)
Report of findings from the DOJ’s 2013-2014 investigation of the Cleveland Division of Police (December 4, 2014)
From the Monitoring Team
Read the Monitor’s December 19, 2016 motion recommending disapproval of the Equipment and Resource Plan.
Read the Monitor’s December 19, 2016 motion recommending partial approval of the proposed body camera policy.
Read the Monitor’s November 30, 2016 motion recommending approval of the PRB and CPC budgets and partial approval of the OPS budget.
Read the Monitor’s November 29, 2016 motion recommending approval of the OPS and PRB policy manuals.
Read the Monitor’s November 16, 2016 motion recommending approval of the new use of force policies.
Updates to the First-Year Monitoring Plan (November 1, 2016)
The First-Year Monitoring Plan, a set of guidelines and milestones for the first year of the consent decree (March 30, 2016)
The Monitor’s First Semiannual Report, a 70-page summary of the City and CDP’s progress to date (June 2, 2016)
From the City of Cleveland
Ordinance 826-16, putting on the ballot an amendment to the city charter that would make changes to the Police Review Board (August 10, 2016)
Cleveland Division of Police policies, also known as GPO’s or General Police Orders (November 24, 2015)
Cleveland’s city charter. Chapter 25 addresses the police department.
From the ACLU of Ohio
Read our December 13, 2016 letter to the Monitor about the proposed body camera policy.
Read our November 30, 2016 letter to the Monitor about funding police oversight.
Read ACLU of Ohio Senior Policy Director Mike Brickner’s November 2nd opinion article on cleveland.com.
Read our October 19, 2016 letter to the Monitor about the proposed Use of Force Reporting policy.
Read our August 8, 2016 press release about the proposed changes to the Police Review Board.
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