Citizens' Law Enforcement Review Board

Citizens Law Enforcement Review Board (CLERB)
Criminal Justice

Tuesday, May 28, 2024
5:30 p.m. PDT

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1600 Pacific Hwy San Diego, CA 92101 (Directions)

County Administration Center, Room 302

San Diego County voters established the Citizens’ Law Enforcement Review Board (CLERB) in 1990 to independently and impartially investigate complaints against San Diego County Sheriff’s deputies and probation officers. The Review Board is composed of eleven volunteers from the County’s five Supervisory Districts. Members are not affiliated with the Sheriff’s Department, Probation Department, or the County of San Diego. Review Board members are nominated by the County’s Chief Administrative Officer and appointed by the Board of Supervisors. The Review Board is currently supported by nine County employees: six investigators, an administrative analyst, an administrative secretary, and an Executive Officer.

Special notice: the main highlight of this meeting is to cover the complaints against the sheriff’s department on their handling of arrests of UCSD students at the Pro-Palestinian Encampment protest.

For the agenda, click on the website link. It should be up on their website 72 hours before the meeting date. If it isn’t, please contact us.

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A personal audio and/or video recording recording is required.

Reporting

By Carlos Moyeda 5/28/2024
By Joshua Piedra 5/24/2024
By Carlos Moyeda 5/28/2024
By Carlos Moyeda 5/28/2024

Agency Information

Citizens Law Enforcement Review Board (CLERB)

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www.sandiegocounty.gov

(619) 238-6776

clerb@sdcounty.ca.gov

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San Diego County voters established the Citizens’ Law Enforcement Review Board (CLERB) in 1990 to independently and impartially investigate complaints against San Diego County Sheriff’s deputies and probation officers. The Review Board is composed of eleven volunteers from the County’s five Supervisory Districts. Members are not affiliated with the Sheriff’s Department, Probation Department, or the County of San Diego. Review Board members are nominated by the County’s Chief Administrative Officer and appointed by the Board of Supervisors. The Review Board is currently supported by nine County employees: six investigators, an administrative analyst, an administrative secretary, and an Executive Officer.

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