Ann Arbor Independent Community Police Oversight Commission


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City Staff Liaison: 

Kennedi Blair Cummings
[email protected] 
Office: (734)794-6291 (Internal) Ext. 42901

Online Complaint Form


If you would like to file a complaint, on behalf on yourself or others, about the Ann Arbor Police Department please complete a complaint form.

Commission O​vervi​ew

The Independent Community Police Oversight Commission was established as a step in reframing the relationship that the residents of Ann Arbor have with the police and an investment in the smart, equitable, community-oriented policing that the Ann Arbor Police Department strives for and that our community deserves.


If you are interested in serving on ICPOC

Please submit a application by going to this link:

Upcoming Ev​ents

Ann Arbor Independent Community Police Oversight Commission Meeting.

Date: The meeting will be held Tuesday October 24, 2023 from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

Location: Larcom City Hall, 301 E Huron St, Second floor, City Council Chambers​

This meeting will be recorded and broadcast on CTN Cable Channel 16, ATT Channel 99, Online at​ Public commentary for this meeting can be made only in person.

Vision ​and Mission Statement


To foster a transparent and mutually beneficial relationship between the Ann Arbor Police Department and the Community at large.


  • To encourage the AAPD's respectful treatment of all community members 
  • To enhance communication and sharing of information between the AAPD and the community
  • To promote positive interactions between the police department and members of vulnerable, at-risk and marginalized groups within the community
  • To build mutual trust between the community and law enforcement


The Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) is nationally recognized as a leader in developing training and ethical standards for law enforcement officers. Governor Gretchen Whitmer recently expanded the commission to bring community voices to the table to improve community-police relations. ICPOC Chair Lisa Jackson is among the three inaugural community members to join MCOLES, bringing civilian oversight expertise and adding community representation to the policy-making table.

Council Liai​sons:     

Reference Materials:

ICPOC Unarmed Response Model Resolution

ICPOC Resolution To City Council Regarding Ann Arbor Traffic Transparency

ICPOC Ordinance

ICPOC Bylaws

AAPD Community Engagement Practices RFP #990

ICPOC Application

Additional Resourc​​​es

​​Past Commission Meetings

Agendas, Minutes, and CTN Video of Commission Meetings​​

or visit the following links: