Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Bloomington Approves Public Safety and Community Relations Board 8-1
Bloomington is moving forward with the Public Safety and Community Relations Board, voting 8-1 in favor of the measure. The only council member to vote against the board was Diana Hauman. . The board will serve in a purely advisory role. The panel will be able to review if the complaint procedures have been followed properly, and suggest community policing policies. The board does not have the ability to reinvestigate any complaints. No felons or police officers will be eligible to serve on the board.