Police Accountability Board & Public Meetings

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Police Accountability Board & Public Meetings

The UC Davis Police Accountability Board (PAB) was established in 2014 to develop and promote accountability, trust and communication between the campus community and the UC Davis Police Department.

The Police Accountability Board is independent of the UC Davis Police Department. The board is composed of students, staff and faculty members from the UC Davis community. The board reviews and investigates complaints made regarding the police department. It also serves as an advisory board, making recommendations to the police chief.

Public meetings of the Police Advisory Board

The board meets routinely and invites the public to participate in quarterly meetings. Find the schedule for the next public meeting on the PAB website, where you can also review minutes from past meetings. Each year the board also compiles an annual report of their findings and recommendations.

Anyone directly affected by UC Davis Police is able to file a complaint with the Police Accountability Board. Learn more about how to file a complaint with the Police Accountability Board and the board's complaint process.