The CPC conducts many activities in workgroups which review SPD policies and practices and prepare recommendations for consideration by the full Commission.
Several workgroups have been suspended because they do not have current projects or have been integrated into the full commission meetings. If new work is identified, these groups will be reconvened and the dates, times, meeting locations and names of workgroup members will be posted here.
There are three active CPC workgroups:
The accountability workgroup
The accountability workgroup reviews SPD's accountability system, including the structure, and policies and practices, of the Office of Professional Accountability which investigates complaints of police misconduct. The workgroup also reviews other SPD policies and practices related to the accountability system. While the CPC issued many of its accountability system recommendations in April 2014, new and follow-up work on SPD's accountability system continues.
1st and 3rd Thursdays, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Kevin Stuckey and Rev. Harriet Walden (Co-chairs)
Claudia D'Allegri, Lisa Daugaard, Melinda Giovengo, Kay Godefroy, Enrique Gonzalez, Jay Hollingsworth, David Keenan, Marcel Purnell, Ron Rasmussen, Aaron Williams
The combined training workgroup
The combined training workgroup reviews SPD's new training curricula specifically related to the Department's updated policies on bias-free policing and stops and detentions.
2nd and 4th Thursdays, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Jay Hollingsworth, David Keenan, Rev. Aaron Williams (Co-Chairs)
Claudia D'Allegri, Lisa Daugaard, Marcel Purnell, Kevin Stuckey, Rev. Harriett Walden
SPD community engagement assessment workgroup
The SPD community engagement assessment workgroup reviews SPD's community engagement practices and activities. The workgroup is currently assessing SPD's relationships with Seattle's racial, ethnic, immigrant and refugee communities.
2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Claudia D'Allegri and Enrique Gonzalez (Co-Chairs)
Melinda Giovengo, Kay Godefroy, Ron Rasmussen, Rev. Harriett Walden, Rev. Aaron Williams