GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Grand Rapids’ Civilian Appeal Board released a report Tuesday of its activities over the last two years.
The board was established as part of the city’s effort to strengthen police relations with its citizens. It is made up of nine Grand Rapids citizens; three appointed Mayor Rosalynn Bliss and six others appointed by city commissioners.
The board can hear appeals to the findings of the Grand Rapids Police Department Internal Affairs Unit and can decide to affirm, reverse or modify those findings.
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