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Public Safety and Community Relations Board

Crowd at PSCRB meeting in Bloomington
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Bloomington’s Public Safety and Community Relations Board provided the stage Wednesday for public input on the city’s next police chief.

Art Taylor speaks
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Over a year after its creation, Bloomington's Public Safety and Community Relations Board (PSCRB) received and reviewed its first complaint.

Bloomington PSCRB
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Members of Bloomington's Public Safety and Community Relations Board are reviewing the details of the first complaint it has received against a city police officer since the panel was formed a year ago.

PSCRB members at a table
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Despite having reviewed no complaints, Bloomington’s Public Safety and Community Relations Board (PSCRB) will remain intact for a second year.

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A year after Bloomington’s Public Safety and Community Relations Board (PSCRB) was created, questions linger about the board's independence.

Mary Cullen / WGLT

Bloomington residents voiced concerns to the city’s Public Safety and Community Relations Board (PSCRB) at its quarterly meeting Wednesday, saying a lack of complaints points to too much police involvement.

Jenn speaks to crowd
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A Bloomington police detective who has worked with YWCA McLean County’s Stepping Stones program for sexual assault survivors said he will no longer help with its trainings in part because of the YWCA’s support for a citizen-led police advisory board.

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Bloomington Police are on the verge of a wide rollout of body cameras.

Bloomington PSCRB
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Bloomington residents were able to ask questions during the Public Safety and Community Relations Board's (PSCRB) first quarterly meeting Wednesday. 

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As Bloomington’s new civilian police advisory board gets to work, a similar group in the Town of Normal will also be taking shape in 2018.

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Nearly five months after Bloomington aldermen voted to create a new police advisory group, the board’s seven appointed members will meet for the first time Wednesday for an orientation session.

Jenn speaks to crowd
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Seven Bloomington residents—including several downtown and west-side leaders—have been picked for a new civilian board to advise the police chief.

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The city of Bloomington is looking for people who want to serve on the new Public Safety and Community Relations Board (PSCRB).