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A key component of the Consent Decree reform process is to strengthen the Department’s accountability mechanisms. Holding the Department to the highest standards of integrity is critical to reestablishing the BPD’s relationship with the community it serves. Therefore, the BPD is updating the policies of the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR), submitting to audits and inspections, and tracking the outcomes of Consent Decree reforms through assessments performed by the court-appointed Monitoring Team.

Learn more about the BPD’s Accountability measures by clicking on the below links:

In addition, BPD has added civilian members to the administrative hearing boards that adjudicate allegations of officer misconduct. If you are interested in serving as an administrative hearing board member, you can learn more by clicking here.


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