This document is the agenda for the Community Police Review Commission Meeting held on September 13, 2021.
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MEETING September 13 6PM
COMMUNITY POLICE REVIEW COMMISSION (CPRC)
September 13, 2021 6:00 p.m. CST
Members of the public are welcome to join this meeting. To join, click the Zoom link and enter the
password: CPRC. If you don't already have Zoom installed on your device, you may want to join early to get
Public comment will be allowed via Zoom.
All public comment will occur at the end of the meeting. To speak remotely at the Community
Police Review Commission, residents must sign up 48 hours in advance. Residents may sign up
by email: CPRC@austintexas.gov or phone: 512-974-9000.
The information required is the speaker name, contact information, and the agenda item(s) they
wish to speak on. The public meeting of the Community Police Review Commission will be held
virtually on Zoom at 6:00pm.
PRIVATE SESSION (No public participation in private sessions.)
The Commission will meet in a private session prior to launching the public session in order to
receive a Private Case Briefing, as defined in Article 16 of the 2018 Agreement between the City
of Austin and the Austin Police Association. The public session will commence at 6 p.m. and will
adjourn once commentary from registered speakers is completed. After receiving public input, the
Commission will return to private session to discuss and deliberate the particular case under
CALL TO ORDER
1. NEW BUSINESS
a. Review Critical Incident Case: 2021-0296
2. PUBLIC COMMENT
The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act. Reasonable
modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. If requiring Sign
Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days before the meeting
MEETING September 13 6PM
ABOUT THE CPRC
The commission serves to oversee these matters independently and separately from the Office of
Police Oversight and any other City of Austin organization. To learn about the Community Police
Review Commission and how you can get involved in improving policing in Austin visit
ATXpolicecommission.org, email CPRC@austintexas.gov, or call 512-974-9000.
Jessica Gonzales Bricker
Joao Paulo Connolly
The Community Police Review Commission consists of 10 unpaid volunteers appointed by the
city manager to:
Make policy-level recommendations regarding discipline, training, community
relations, and the complaint process.
Address any other issues of concern by the community.
Review patterns and practices of the Austin Police Department.
Assess critical incidents and review individual cases of police misconduct.
Make fair and objective recommendations, and make decisions based only on the facts
Assess the effectiveness of the Office of Police Oversight.