5:00 pm-6:30 pm
About the October 12 Community Learning Session
Join an online public community learning series as a special work group reviews Arlington policing policies and practices, with this session mainly focused on the Civilian Review Board. The goal is to ensure the use of best practices and reinforce trust between our police and the community. Learn more about the PPG and work groups.
The Civilian Review Board (CRB) Workgroup welcomes guest speakers Brian Corr, Immediate Past President of National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE), and Kenton W. Rainey, Chief of Police for the University of Chicago Police Department. Mr. Corr will be speaking on civilian oversight of law enforcement including challenges, guiding principles, and the road to police accountability and Chief Rainey will provide the police chief’s perspective of civilian oversight models.
Meet the Guest Speakers
Brian Corr: Brian is the immediate past-president of the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE), a nonprofit organization that works to enhance fair and professional law enforcement responsive to community needs, increase accountability and transparency in policing, and build community trust through civilian oversight. Elected as president in 2016, Brian has served on the NACOLE board of directors since 2012, and served as the association’s vice-president in 2013-2014. He served as chair of the organization’s Strategic Planning Committee in 2015 and 2016, and served as co-chair of the Annual Conference Planning Committee from 2012 to 2015.
Kenton W. Rainey: Police Chief Kenton W. Rainey currently serves as the chief of police for the University of Chicago Police Department, where he oversees the approximately 100 members of the full-service, professionally accredited police department and serves as the department’s representative on campus and in the neighboring communities. He also directs the UCPD’s policing initiatives, develops innovative crime prevention strategies and implements effective community policing programs.
How You Can Participate
Please submit any comments or feedback for the PPG via our online form.