Bias-Based Policing Review Committee
The Bias-Based Policing Review Committee reviews all investigations related to allegations of racial or ethnic discrimination and other bias-based policing or external complaints of bias or discrimination during interactions with covered agencies’ law enforcement officers.
The term “bias-based policing” means the unreasonable use of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, or religion by a law enforcement officer in deciding to initiate an enforcement action.
The Bias-Based Policing Review Committee includes the following Commissioners:
- Mr. Marvin Boyer, Chairperson
- Ms. Denise Ashe
- Ms. Keir Bradford-Grey, Esq.
- Dr. Marilyn M. Brown Ed.D.
- Dr. A. Suresh Canagarajah PhD
- Ms. Brenda Tate
Following is information on committee meetings occurring between the previous and next Commission meetings. For older committee meetings, visit the archived committee meetings page.
All committee meetings are open to the public. Please use the Public Comment Form if you wish to offer written comments for the record of any meeting. If you wish to speak during a meeting, please register with the Speaker Registration Form.
Note: the public portion of committee meetings will generally begin at least 30 minutes (and sometimes an hour) after the posted start time. Because Executive Session precedes the public portion of the meeting, it is possible that the meeting will start even later, and you may need to wait after you click on the link to enter the meeting. Please be patient for the meeting to begin. Additionally, if you are having difficulty accessing the meeting through Microsoft Teams, a call-in number is available in each "Notice of Public Meeting."