CCPD to Offer Community Meeting on Racial Identity Profiling – April 4

The Culver City Police Department will present a Community Meeting to discuss the 2023 Racial Identity Profiling Act Report at City Hall on Thursday April 4, 2024 at 6:30 pm. 

The Racial Identity Profiling Act was passed by the state of California in 2015, and requires that all state and local law enforcement agencies collect and report detailed information about every person detained and/or searched by police. While specifically designed to prevent the police from stopping people because of their ethnicity, it looks to improve racial and identity sensitivity in law enforcement.

The information from individual police departments throughout the state is overseen by a 19-member board made up of community advocates, spiritual leaders, academics, attorneys, and law enforcement. The Board’s job is to analyze the stop data and the civilian complaint data on an annual basis; work with law enforcement to review racial and identity profiling policies and practices; review law enforcement training, and issue an annual report that details the data findings, and provides policy recommendations and best practices to law enforcement for eliminating profiling in California.

Persons unable to attend in person will have the option to attend virtually via Webex. The Webex link will be available on the Culver City Police Department’s website under “Events” on April 4th, 2024.

To view the 2023 RIPA Report and for more information, please visit the CCPD website /


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