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Government of the District of Columbia
Office of the Special Assistant to the Mayor
for Boards and Commissions
441 4th Street, N.W., Room 1050
Washington, D.C. 20001
(202) 727-1372

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 15th, 1999
CONTACT: Peggy Armstrong 727-5011
Marie Drissel 727-1372


MAYOR SEEKS CIVILIAN APPLICANTS TO VOLUNTEER AS MEMBERS ON THE CITIZEN COMPLAINT REVIEW BOARD


Mayor Anthony A. Williams is seeking civilian applicants to fill four open positions on the Citizen Complaint Review Board as volunteers. This board will establish the independent office that reviews complaints of alleged police misconduct. Applicants must be District residents not currently affiliated with any law enforcement agency.

The Board will be responsible for hiring and overseeing the work of an Executive Director, as well as conducting periodic reviews of the citizen complaint review process. The Board will also make recommendations to District officials on how to reduce police misconduct through possible changes in the recruitment, training, evaluation, discipline, and supervision of police officers.

Resumes must be received by June 25th.

Interested residents should contact:

Marie Drissel
Office of Boards and Commissions
441 4th Street, NW
Room 1050 N
Washington, D.C. 20001

Phone 202 727 1372
Fax 202 727 2359

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