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Independent Police Auditor Presents Report on Audits of SJPD
Officer Misconduct Complaints to Mayor and City Council

EVENT:
Presentation to San Jose Mayor and City Council – The City of San Jose’s
                Independent Police Auditor (IPA), Aaron B. Zisser will present the 
2017 IPA Year End Report
to the Mayor and City Council.

WHEN:
Tuesday, May 22, 2018; item will be heard at 6:00 p.m.

WHO: Aaron B. Zisser
, Independent Police Auditor
Mayor Sam Liccardo, City of San José
City Council Members, City of San José
Chief Edgardo Garcia, San José Police Department

BACKGROUND: The 2017 IPA Year End Report summarizes the work of Independent Police Auditor (IPA) and staff during the 2017 calendar year.

2017 IPA Year End Report Cover


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Mission
The mission of the Office of the Independent Police Auditor (IPA) is to provide independent oversight of and instill confidence in the complaint process through objective review of police misconduct investigations.

By providing outreach to the San José community and making thoughtful policy recommendations to the City Council, the IPA works to promote accountability and to strengthen the relationship between the San José Police Department and the community it serves.

IPA Guiding Principles
  • The IPA strives to ensure that all concerns reported by members of the public are classified and investigated at the appropriate level based upon the premise that any case brought forward containing misconduct issues will be classified as a complaint with associated allegations, findings, and officer names tracked.
  • The IPA carefully considers aggregate data from complaints, community concerns, and public policy in crafting recommendations aimed toward improving the quality services of the San José Police Department.
  • The IPA reaches out to inform the community about the complaint process and to listen and respond to broader community concerns.

IPA Statement of Values & No-Gift Policy