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Community Racial Profiling Commission

In  July 2000, the Sacramento Police Department undertook a comprehensive study of traffic stops to address perceptions of racial profiling. In March 2004, City Council approved the establishment of a formal advisory commission that would provide the City with a greater opportunity to be inclusive and allow for equitable representation, accountability, and reporting from Sacramento residents in this issue of national importance. In November 2004, City Council confirmed fifteen members of the Community Racial Profiling Commission (CRPC). The Commission held its first meeting in January 2005. Ordinance 2015-0026 repealed the Community Racial Profiling Commission; and established the Sacramento Community Police Commission on August 18, 2015


To serve as an advisory body of our community regarding bias-free policing. 


To address the concerns of the community, enhance the relationship between police and citizens, and assist in the effort of bias-free policing.

Meeting Minutes and Quarterly Reports

The Community Racial Profiling Commission met between January 2005 - August 2015.

Meeting Minutes & Quarterly Reports