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In November, 2001 the Portland City Council established the Police Citizen Review Subcommittee (PCRS) as a subcommittee of the Civil Service Commission, which also has an Employment Subcommittee for sworn Police and Fire Personnel. The PCRS has six commissioners and one alternate. The PCRS will review the process of police investigations of citizens’ complaints, solicit public input on the police citizen complaint process, report to the City Manager on the results of their case review, and issue recommendations for improving the police investigation process, training and public confidence in the citizen complaint process.
To qualify as a committee member you must be a resident of Portland and a person of good moral character with good communication skills.
Anyone who is or has been a City employee or City Councilor, and the applicant or any member of the applicant’s immediate family is or has been: a Portland police officer, arrested by a Portland police officer, filed a complaint with the internal affairs unit alleging a civil rights violation or criminal offense, or brought suit against the Portland police department are disqualified from becoming a committee member.
Meetings are held in the
Public Safety Building, Police Conference Room
109 Middle Street, Portland Maine.
Meeting times are 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
The Subcommittee's regular meeting day is the second Wednesday of each month, but check the City's Weekly Calendar for any changes.
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