The District of Columbia Police Reform Commission was established by D.C. Council by Act 23-336. The purpose of the Commission is to examine policing practices in the District and provide evidence-based recommendations for reforming and revisioning policing in the District.
The role of sworn and special police officers in District schools.
Alternatives to police responses to incidents, such as community-based, behavioral health, or social services co-responders.
Policies, practices, and procedures that determine what police are disciplined for and how they are disciplined.
The integration of conflict resolution strategies and restorative justice practices into policing.
The provisions of the Comprehensive Policing and Justice Reform Second Emergency Amendment Act of 2020 (Act 23-336).