7/15
The following statement is attributable to the CPC co-chairs, Rev. Harriett Walden, Isaac Ruiz, and Emma Catague. The CPC has not take an official position, as the full commission will not meet until Wednesday. “The CPC co-chairs applaud [...]
7/10
The following statement is attributable to the CPC Co-chairs Isaac Ruiz, Rev. Harriett Walden, and Emma Catague: “The Court ordered the City and Department of Justice to work with the Community Police Commission (CPC) and the Monitoring Team to [...]
6/26
The Community Police Commission (CPC) continues to track developments from the Mayor’s Office relating to Federal Judge James Robart’s order that the parties propose a path forward to remedy flaws in the recent police union contracts relating to [...]
5/22
Below is the Seattle Community Police Commission’s statement following the release of the Federal Court order today finding the city out of compliance with the Consent Decree when it comes to accountability. “While the Community Police Commission is [...]
5/21
The Community Police Commission has sent a letter to Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best saying we’re ready to work together to address racial disparities in policing that were confirmed in a recent SPD report. We highlighted three concerning [...]