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With recent current events, we are in a moment of reflection for our nation.

We all want safe communities, and for the police to reflect our values and priorities as they do their valuable work.

Many of us will also take this time to consider our own options for having a constructive influence at the local level.

Here in Anaheim, we welcome your involvement. We believe the relationship between police and the community is a two-way street, and that dialogue builds a foundation for positive change that benefits everyone.

We encourage you to make your voice heard and help us better represent you.

Click here to learn more about the Anaheim Police Department’s policies and procedures and the different ways the department is accountable to the community, including independent oversight.

The National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement, known as NACOLE, is a great place to start. The organization’s website has many resources to educate yourself about police oversight.

The Police Review Board is Anaheim’s civilian oversight board for the city’s police department.

Anaheim’s Police Review Board, which is comprised of resident volunteers, is closely involved in the department’s review of any major incident. 

The board also works closely with Anaheim’s independent external auditor, OIR Group, which has served as the city’s outside police practices adviser since 2007. 

The board also will provide data on policing and an annual report on its work.

The board holds monthly public meetings to hear feedback from the community, engage with police leadership on issues of concern and make recommendations about new approaches.

The board meetings are open to everyone and are a great chance to get more information about policing in Anaheim and to share your own perspective. Join us for a future meeting, or you can email the board members at prb@anaheim.net.

We're looking for a new board member to fill a vacancy in the District 5 seat. If you live in District 5 and want to serve your community, apply now! Applications due by Oct. 16 at 5 p.m.

Note: If you applied to be on the board earlier this year and live in District 5, your application will be entered into the lottery for this seat.

Questions call (714) 765-492

You can learn more about the review board, read the board’s annual report and other information below.

Meetings

The board holds public meetings monthly. All meetings begin at 6 p.m. and are held in the Gordon Hoyt Conference Center, 201 S. Anaheim Blvd. (Please note: Until further notice, meetings will be held by video conference due to the coronavirus crisis.) 

Upcoming meetings:

  • Oct. 22
    • Zoom ID: 879 4489 1721
    • Password: 938595
    • Call in: (669) 900-6833
    • Click here to view agenda
  • Nov. 19
  • Dec. 17

Previous meetings (View all Agendas, Minutes, and Audio Recordings for additional information):

2020 Meetings

2019 Meetings

2018 Meetings

  • Sept. 27, 2018 (First Board Meeting)
  • Oct. 18, 2018
  • Nov. 8, 2018
  • Dec. 13, 2018

Agendas, Minutes, and Audio Recordings

View all Agendas, Minutes, and Audio Recordings

OIR Group reports

The OIR Group, Anaheim’s external independent police auditor, produces reports on Anaheim Police Department officer-involved shootings, uses of force and internal investigations.


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