The board wants to see a breakdown about how many complaints have been filed.
Analytics show the highest concentration of incidents involving the police occurred between Fifth and Hitt streets from Ash to Locust streets.
Police chief suggested a curfew, but only the mayor also supported it.
CPD chief said supplying the board with the records may breach confidentiality.
Jordan continuously asked the board what his rights were.
The forfeiture funds are to be given to local schools, according to the Missouri Constitution.
City Manager Bill Watkins issued a letter siding with the police department.
The city only provides officers with attorneys if they have been named in litigation.
CPD believes the trend is a result of the creation of the downtown unit.
The Citizens Police Review Board voted that an officer acted improperly.
The council voted to contract Affion Public to search for its next City Manager.
The Citizens Police Review Board found an officer acted inappropriately in a 2009 incident.
The board voted against receiving notification of SWAT policy changes.
Columbia Police will have to approve changes with the council and city manager.
CPD Chief Ken Burton said it was inappropriate to apologize because it was not a matter of misconduct.
Members also heard a report on downtown safety cameras.
The group discussed crime rates and a controversial arrest.
The proposed changes to the process offer CPD more options when receiving complaints.
The complaint was filed by a California marijuana activist in response to the February CPD SWAT raid.
The changes come almost four months after a controversial SWAT raid on a Columbia home.