Charlottesville and its police department are facing some criticism from the Police Civilian Review Board.
The seven candidates campaigning for three open City Council seats made their cases to potential voters on Tuesday night.
The Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board CRB is still working on how it will function moving forward.
Charlottesville's Police Civilian Review Board is working to become a more effective oversight board, but members say it's running into some complications.
Charlottesville City Council got its first look at how the Police Civilian Review Board plans to operate on Wednesday.
The board tasked with overseeing Charlottesville's police department is hashing out some final details before it meets with city leaders next week.
A few weeks ago, the People's Coalition sent a list of recommendations to the Civilian Review Board to be considered in its bylaws.
Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney says she wants to be upfront with the board tasked with oversight of her department.
In an afternoon press briefing on Friday, the city's top cop laid out her vision for the department and the reform efforts underway.
With just months until its by-laws are due, members of the Police Civilian Review Board are working on how to operate effectively as they approach the end of their term.
Members from the Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board are taking in knowledge on Friday to help them with oversight of the city.
Charlottesville's commonwealth’s attorney says a member of the city's Police Civilian Review Board did not use her position inappropriately after her actions were called into question.
Drama unfolded at the Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board meeting Tuesday night.
Activists rallied outside of police headquarters Tuesday evening to say they want answers about an alleged complaint against Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney.
Changes could soon be on the way for the Charlottesville Police Department.
The oversight board for the Charlottesville Police Department says it will keep moving forward without one of its most active members.
The battle between City Council and the board tasked with holding the Charlottesville Police Department accountable is continuing.
The City of Charlottesville is responding to allegations of issues within its police force.
A member of the Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board says his group is not to blame for police retention issues.
Concerns are mounting for members of the board that’s tasked with holding the Charlottesville Police Department accountable.
The group tasked with holding Charlottesville's police department accountable is taking a look at how police data is collected in an effort to improve relations between police officers and members of the community.
The group tasked with holding Charlottesville's police department accountable is one step closer to finalizing what its responsibilities are.
The Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board held a special meeting to set its guidelines for the future.
As the Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board works to shore up its mission, board members are looking to get input from community members and industry professionals.
Following a triple shooting in Charlottesville last weekend, the Police Civilian Review Board is working to figure out how to help investigate what happened.
Charlottesville City Council was invited to attend Tuesday evening’s meeting of the Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board, and tensions ran high.
The Charlottesville board tasked with policing the police held its second-ever meeting on Thursday, August 16.
A new commission with the goal of improving relations between police officers, city officials, and community members met for the first time on Wednesday, August 1.
The group of people tasked with holding the Charlottesville Police Department accountable will now total eight members.
People are sounding off about who Charlottesville City Council has chosen to be on the Police Civilian Review Board.
As of Monday, May 21, RaShall Brackney is now officially the new police chief for the city of Charlottesville.
People are rallying in front of the Freedom of Speech Wall on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall to express support for the Police Civilian Review Board.
Charlottesville City Council is getting closer to choosing the community members who will keep tabs on the police department. Monday night council will hear from the public one last time.
The candidates hoping to be on the board in charge of reviewing the Charlottesville Police Department are taking part in a forum on Tuesday, April 24.
Charlottesville City Council is in the process of choosing community members for the new Police Civilian Review Board. Comments from the public will be allowed at forum on Tuesday.
The Charlottesville Police Department is under scrutiny regarding the number of stop and frisk incidents conducted by city officers.