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Office of Police Accountability
The Office of Police Accountability was formally established by the Boise City Council on July 13, 2021. This new model of civilian oversight will bring clearly defined roles for civilian oversight and structure to complaint investigation and auditing to strengthen accountability, increase transparency, and eliminate redundancy.
The Director of the Office of Police Accountability is responsible for reviewing investigations and retaining independent investigators for critical incidents when needed. The Office of Police Accountability has clear oversight of the chief and command staff of the Boise Police Department to help create robust reporting practices and encourage real-time oversight to promote long-term systematic changes in policing.
The Boise City Council established the Office of Police Oversight in July 1999. The Office was established to investigate complaints of misconduct against City of Boise police and law enforcement officers. The Office is independent of the Boise Police Department and all other city departments.Send Message
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