Category Archive: News

Aug 07

New OIR Auditor Appointed

The Office of Independent Review (OIR) is pleased to announce the addition of Mark Scharman (Salt Lake City Police, Retired) as Director of Internal Audits effective May 15, 2015. The recommendation to add this position to the OIR was included in recommendations that were put forth in the first quarter 2015 report as quoted below: …

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Aug 06

Chiefs Advisory Board July 30, 2015

I. Fresno Call Center receives 2700 calls per day, 900 of these calls are to 911. II. LeRoy Candler, new NAACP President was introduced and talked about several projects and proposals on the table. They have begun to work with low income youth and adults and seemed enthusiastic and hopeful. III. Currently, Fresno PD has …

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Aug 06

ACLU mobile app turns the tables on police misconduct

   Click the Pix to Read the Full Article on MSNBC

Jul 07

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR CIVILIAN OVERSIGHT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT Monthly Digest

NACOLE-2015-Monthly Digest and News Magazine

Apr 24

CCCJC Members and Interested Parties to Meet with Fresno Police Auditor

Members and interested parties of the Central California Criminal Justice Committee are scheduled to meet with Rick Rasmussen, Fresno Police Auditor on Friday, 2pm at the Office of Independent Review at City Hall, Fresno, CA. For further information and to reserve a seat please contact Richard Gomez at The Center for Nonviolence 559-408-3320.    

Apr 24

CCCJC Meeting Minutes 20150319

Minutes 3-19-15

Apr 24

First Quarter Office of Independent Review Report

Final OIR 2015 Recommendations

Mar 19

Student’s Guide to Police Practice Now Available here

The CCCJC Student’s Guide to Police Practice is now available for download in PDF format.  Students Guide to Police Practice English Version Guia del Estudiante Sobre las Practicas Policiales Spanish Version

Jan 22

Fresno Police Auditor Supports Body Cameras

The following article in the Fresno Bee reports that Fresno police auditor Rick Rasmussen supports body cameras worn by police. Click on the Picture to read the article.

Oct 19

Fresno Mental Health Board has Numerous Openings

How to apply to get on the Mental Health Board for Fresno County 1. Go to Fresno County Mental Health Board website, scroll down to, application to mental health board and the supplemental Form to Accompany the Application and fill out both. 2. Then go the Board of Supervisors office on 2281 Tulare Street (Tulare and …

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