Columbus Community Safety Advisory Commission

Neighborhood Safety Strategy

In November 2017, Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced the creation of the Columbus Community Safety Advisory Commission.  This Commission is focused on areas such as de-escalation, crisis intervention, and implicit bias training; use of force policies; diversity recruitment and retention; and early intervention and officer wellness programs.  

In each area, the Commission will assess what the City of Columbus needs to do to provide public safety services that are transparent, accountable, and responsive for every person in every neighborhood.

Columbus Division of Police Operations Review Update

Matrix Consulting was hired to do an operational review of the Columbus Division of Police. To provide a roadmap for the Columbus Community Safety Advisory Commission, Matrix completed internal interviews, employee surveys, community input and data collection from a wide variety of internal and external sources.

Click here to see the report.

Members and Mission Learn more about the Columbus Community Safety Advisory Commission members and goals. - learn more

Calendar Columbus Community Safety Advisory Commission meeting schedule. - learn more

Commission Materials View Commission meeting minutes, and supporting documents. - learn more

Media Catch up on Commission news and information. - learn more

Videos Watch past meetings of the Columbus Community Safety Advisory Commission.  - learn more