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Commission on Police Practices

Civic Center Plaza Building, 9th Floor-Suite 924
1200 Third Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
619-236-6296
commissiononpolicepractices@sandiego.gov


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The survey has been sent to the community members and to many Organizations. The City of San Diego's Commission on Police Practices is seeking your feedback. This short survey is designed to collect information to help identify the unique and important characteristics necessary for the City's first Deputy Executive Director of the Commission on Police Practices.

The purpose of the newly established Commission is to provide an independent investigation of officer-involved shootings, in-custody deaths, and other significant incidents, and to provide an unbiased evaluation of all complaints against the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) and its personnel, in a process that will be transparent and accountable to the community. The Commission will also evaluate and review SDPD policies, practices, training, and protocols and represent the community in making recommendations for changes. The mission of the Commission is to hold law enforcement accountable to the community and to increase community trust in law enforcement, resulting in increased safety for both the community and law enforcement.

Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Deputy Executive Director serves as the chief community engagement officer and coordinates direction and policy decisions in close collaboration with the Commission. The Deputy Executive Director is expected to be a seasoned executive who is comfortable making decisions and stepping in for the Executive Director when necessary and work with diverse communities in San Diego.

This survey will be open until Friday, May 20, 2022.

Take Our Survey


The City of San Diego Seeks a Deputy Executive Director for the Commission on Police Practices

The City of San Diego, California, is conducting a national search for a new Deputy Executive Director for the Commission on Police Practices. This high-profile community engagement and leadership position will report directly to the Executive Director of the Commission. This is a new position in a newly created department of the City, so if you have a passion for community engagement, building relationships, leading effective positive change in civilian oversight and law enforcement, and making a difference, this position is for you.  Learn more about the Deputy Executive Direction position


COVID- 19 Public Service Announcement Regarding Commission on Police Practices Board Business Meetings and/or Committee Meetings Access and Public Comment:

 

Until further notice, the Commission on Police Practices’ meetings will be conducted pursuant to the provisions of PDF icon California Executive Order 29-20, which suspends certain requirements of the Ralph M. Brown Act. During the current State of Emergency and in the interest of public health and safety, Board members will be participating in meetings by teleconference. In accordance with the Executive Order, there will be no members of the public in attendance at the meetings. We are providing alternatives to in-person attendance for viewing and participating in meetings.

 

In lieu of in-person attendance, members of the public may submit their comments using the webform, and indicate the agenda item number they wish to submit their comment for. Instructions for word limitations and deadlines are noted on the webform. On the webform, members of the public should select Commission on Police Practices (even if the public comment is for a Commissionon Police Practice committee meeting).

 

The public may view the meetings on YouTube at their scheduled time.

 

Additionally, all City buildings are closed to the general public and non-essential employees are telecommuting.  Due to this unforeseen situation, please note that if you file a complaint against a member of the San Diego Police Department with the Commission on Police Practices, there will be a delay in the processing of your complaint. Thank you in advance for your patience, support, and understanding as we all do what we can to help slow the spread of this virus. Please stay safe.” - Sharmaine Moseley, Executive Director