Federal Judge James Robart ruled that Seattle is partly out of compliance with the consent decree when it comes to police accountability. He directed the city to fix the issues in the contract, many of which have been raised by the CPC over the past [...]
CPC staff members presented a presentation about the police accountability system and answered questions from the community at the Ballard District Council this week. The CPC is thankful for the opportunity and encourages other groups to contact us [...]
The Community Police Commission has voted to designate Bessie Marie Scott as its interim executive director. Current CPC executive director Fé Lopez has decided to step down to pursue an opportunity promoting racial equity in the legal field. This is [...]
Fé Lopez is resigning as the executive director of the Community Police Commission. Here is her letter to the CPC’s partners and community stakeholders about her decision and the transition process. Good morning Stakeholders, I’m writing to let [...]
The CPC has been invited to speak at the Ballard District Council meeting on Wednesday, May 8. Nick Christian, the Commission’s community engagement specialist, and Jesse Franz, the communication adviser, will be talking about the history of [...]