Police Conduct Review Panel
The Minneapolis Police Conduct Review Panel assures that police services are delivered in a lawful and nondiscriminatory manner. The Panel provides the public with meaningful participatory oversight of the police and their interactions with the citizenry and makes recommendations to the Chief of Police regarding the merits of complaints against Minneapolis Police Officers.
Jan 26, 1990
No. of Seats:
The Commission is made up of Minneapolis residents appointed by the Mayor and Council. Residents who are or have previously been employed by the Minneapolis Police Department are ineligible to serve on the committee. All members must participate in an annual training session by the Minneapolis Department of Civil rights and complete portions of the Citizen's Academy.
Each panelist is paid $50.00 for each day they attend one or more meetings or panel reviews.
The panelists are appointed using the City's open appointments process.
|Seat #||Name||Term Start||Term End||Appointing Authority||Membership Requirements|
|1||James Jacobson Apply Now||Jan 1, 2021||Dec 31, 2024||Council|
|2||Mary Aho Apply Now||Jan 1, 2017||Dec 31, 2020||Council|
|3||Aaron Hanson Apply Now||Jan 1, 2020||Dec 31, 2023||Council|
|4||Diane Moe Apply Now||Jan 1, 2020||Dec 31, 2023||Council|
|5||Vacant Apply Now||Jan 1, 2021||Dec 31, 2024||Mayor|
|6||Ngoc Nguyen Apply Now||Jan 1, 2017||Dec 31, 2020||Mayor|
|7||Laura A Westphal Apply Now||Jan 1, 2020||Dec 31, 2023||Mayor|
|8||Vacant Apply Now||Jan 1, 2019||Dec 31, 2022||Council||Optional Seat|
Enabling Legislation Revised Date:
Sep 21, 2012
After a complaint investigation is concluded, it is submitted to the Panel for review. Two civilians and two sworn panelists review the case, discuss it, and submit a recommendation on the merits to the Chief of Police.