Report on Police Reform and Racial Justice

Our Recommendations

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Additional Resources

The United States Conference of Mayors provides these resources as additional guidance regarding the topics addressed our Report on Police Reform and Racial Justice.  This is not an exhaustive list of all resources.

General Resources

Redefining the Role of Local Police and Public Safety

Equality and Due Process

Impartial Policing

Stops, Searches, and Arrests

Hiring, Promotion, and Retention

Community

Community Engagement Plans and Policies

Community Engagement Programs

Liaison Officers

Officer Residence Programs

Mass Gatherings

Training on Community Engagement and Procedural Justice

Sanctity of Life

Reports and General Best Practices

Use of Force Policies and Training

De-escalation Policies and Training

Use of Force Reporting

Duty to Intervene and Report

Crisis Intervention Policies and Training

Transparency and Accountability

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Members, Advisors, and Counsel

to the Working Group on Police Reform and Racial Justice

POLICE REFORM AND RACIAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP

Lori E. Lightfoot
Mayor, Chicago, IL Chair

Jane Castor
Mayor, Tampa, FL

John Cranley
Mayor, Cincinnati, OH

Michael Harrison
Police Commissioner, Baltimore, MD

Jeri Williams
Police Chief, Phoenix, AZ

W.H. “Skip” Holbrook
Police Chief, Columbia, SC

THE UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF MAYORS

Greg Fischer
Mayor, Louisville, KY
President

Nan Whaley
Mayor, Dayton, OH
Vice President

Francis X. Suarez
Mayor, Miami, FL
Second Vice President

Bryan K. Barnett
Mayor, Rochester Hills, MI
Immediate Past President

Tom Cochran
CEO and Executive Director

Laura DeKoven Waxman
Director of Public Safety

ADVISORS TO THE WORKING GROUP

Charles H. Ramsey

Ronald L. Davis

COUNSEL TO THE WORKING GROUP

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP

Jamie S. Gorelick

Debo P. Adegbile

Brent Gurney

Alyssa R. Budihas

Nathaniel B. Custer