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CPD chief said supplying the board with the records may breach confidentiality.
Jordan continuously asked the board what his rights were.
CPRB plans to gather data before making a final decision.
The School Building Revolving Fund uses forfeiture funds to provide financial assistance to Missouri school districts financing capital construction projects.
The forfeiture funds are to be given to local schools, according to the Missouri Constitution.
Several residents spoke in favor of making police policy more accessible.
The board discussed closing certain sessions at its last meeting.
The board would require a two-thirds majority to hold closed sessions.
Officer Chris Hessenflow accepted a job at the Department of Homeland Security.
The board will decide if police officers or witnesses can request closed sessions.
Just when we thought the Citizens Police Review Board could not become any more useless, they propose an idea to effectively neuter the one semblance ...
City Manager Bill Watkins issued a letter siding with the police department.
The wheels of bureaucracy have been a-turnin’ within the Columbia Police Department and the Citizens Police Review Board, and, as usual, nothing seems to be ...
The city only provides officers with attorneys if they have been named in litigation.
Several students spoke against SWAT raids at the meeting.
For representing such a large portion of Columbia's population, it's a rarity to find students speaking up at city government or policy-making meetings ...
The board will discuss search warrants at their next meeting.
The board says it would rather discuss statute revisions with the police chief.
The Citizens Police Review Board voted that an officer acted improperly.
The Columbia Police Department is at it again with its constant, dramaturgical approach in dealing with the Citizens Police Review Board. Up front, of course ...
The council voted to contract Affion Public to search for its next City Manager.
Board member Steve Weinberg found fault in an officers association’s statement.
The Citizens Police Review Board found an officer acted inappropriately in a 2009 incident.
Derek Billups said police used excessive force when restraining him.
The board voted against receiving notification of SWAT policy changes.
CPD Chief Ken Burton said it was inappropriate to apologize because it was not a matter of misconduct.
Posted to Live blog: Columbia City Council Meeting (Sept. 20, 2010) by Steven Dickherber at 9:10 p.m., Sept. 20, 2010
Funding for the Citizens Police Review Board was also discussed.
A new ordinance limits who can file a complaint with the Citizens Police Review Board.
Recall the February SWAT raid in a Columbia resident's home over alleged marijuana charges: the search warrant was more than eight days old, only ...
The council also voted to restrict police review board complaints to Columbia residents and family.
An officer will be assigned to know whether children or animals are present in the home before each SWAT raid.