“What we’ve been doing is harmonizing and responding to what we’ve seen across the country around the question of police harassment, promoting racial equality and justice, and want to make sure we take the opportunity to apply that particular lens to the way we approach asking for support from other agencies. until police match day, “he said.
The review process will now include documenting complaint patterns, complaints about the use of force and violations of civil rights, Roman told the Athletics Council. Authorities of the agent officers must sign to verify the mark does not appear in their performance history.
Training for visiting officers will also include materials on police bias, impartial policy, and mitigating mental health crises.
Roman said changes had to be made for the start of the 2021 football season. He said it was too early to know whether the additional demands would reduce the number of officers available.
“Specifically the complaint history, I don’t think we will disqualify many people using it because I think it’s something we are always aware of in our vetting process,” Roman said. “But the additional training and the ability to demonstrate it’s possible for some to create a sense of, well, that’s a lot more time and effort than I thought it was worth.”
UW senior athletic director Jason King and AD associate Michael Jackson worked with Lt. Cherise Caradine and Captain Jason Whitney of the UWPD on policy reforms, said deputy athletics director Chris McIntosh.
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