First female majority on BOPC ushers in Women’s History Month
Detroit Board says recent incidents show national agency needed to ensure police standards and practices across U.S.
The Board of Police Commissioners voted Thursday, August 27, 2020 to approve sweeping reforms to use of force by police.
The Board is proposing16 changes for Detroit to lead reforms against police brutality, use of force.
A new chair and vice chair are set to lead BOPC for one year starting in July.
Jesus Hernandez joins BOPC as new police commissioner at-large.
Chair Lisa Carter issued a statement in support of recent protests to end police brutality and social injustice.
Chairperson Lisa Carter issued the following statement on disruptions at the July 11, 2019 Board of Police Commissioners community meeting
Chairperson Lisa Carter made the following statement at the weekly Thursday, July 18, 2019 meeting of the Board of Police Commissioners at 3 p.m.
Chair Lisa Carter Statement on the COVID-19-related death of a civilian employee with the Police Department
Chair Lisa Carter statement on the COVID-19-related death of Capt. Jonathan Parnell