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City of Aurora Police and Fire Independent Monitor Consent Decree Town Meeting on Fifth Report- 6 PM

A public town meeting, hosted by the City of Aurora Community Advisory Council (CAC), a group of prominent community leaders who are overseeing public safety changes at the city will be held in-person and online to discuss the independent monitor's fifth report.

The City of Aurora lists these public town meetings, upcoming and past recordings, on their Aurora Consent Degree

The meeting will be held in-person at the Aurora Municipal Center and online courtesy of  Aurora TV.

The fifth report published by IntegrAssure, the IndependentMmonitor appointed to oversee the City of Aurora Police Force, may be found  here.

All independent monitor reports to date may be found  here.

Background after the death of Elijah McClain at the hands of Aurora Police and Fire personnel:

CO SB20-217, a law enforcement accountability bill enacted in 2020, authorized the CO Attorney General to investigate any governmental agency for engaging in a pattern or practice of conduct that violates state or federal constitutions or laws. In August 2020, Attorney General Weiser announced an investigation of Aurora Police and Aurora Fire based on multiple community reports about misconduct. This investigation led to an agreement between the Attorney General's Office and the City of Aurora which mandated that the City reform public safety in Aurora in a variety of different ways to be overseen by an Independent Consent Decree Monitor.

On September 15, 2021, the Attorney General announced that the Department of Law investigation team found that the Aurora Police Department had a pattern and practice of violating state and federal law through racially biased policing, using excessive force, and failing to record legally required information when interacting with the community.

The investigation also found that Aurora Fire Rescue had a pattern and practice of administering ketamine in violation of the law. Lastly, with respect to personnel issues, the investigation found that the Aurora Civil Service Commission overturned disciplinary actions in high-profile cases in a way that undermined the chief’s authority; that the commission had total control over entry-level hiring and that the hiring process yielded a disparate impact on minority applicants.
Tuesday, October 24, 2023, 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM Mountain Time (US & Canada) (UTC-07:00)
In-person at the Aurora Municipal Center and online meeting
15151 E Alameda Pkwy
Aurora, CO  80012

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Important Community Event
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