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.
Mission and Vision 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
If you would like to file a complaint, on behalf on yourself or others, about the Ann Arbor Police Department with the commission please use the complaint form:
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.
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AAPD Community Engagement Practices RFP #990
Past Commission Meetings
Agendas, Minutes, and CTN Video of Commission Meetings