On April 12, 2021 after the original Police Reform Working Groups had completed their recommendations, the Dayton City Commission announced the members of the Police Reform Implementation Committee, which will monitor the implementation of working group recommendations over a six-month period, to conclude in late fall of 2021.
The Implementation Committee will have two roles:
- Receive updates on implementation of working group recommendations from City staff and ensure they are being implemented in alignment with the working group’s intentions; and
- Give feedback on a process for setting up a long-term accountability structure, including recruitment of long-term participants.
The Police Reform Working Groups made recommendations to create a new long-term accountability structure to strengthen and expand community engagement and oversight of policing issues. Recommendations that are not fully implemented by the end of the six-month implementation period will be monitored by the appropriate long-term committee in this new structure. The finalized long-term committee, its members and their duties will be developed over the six-month implementation period in consultation with the Implementation Committee and other community partners.
As the recommendation phase of the police reform process came to an end, volunteers from each working group were solicited to sit on the Implementation Committee.
Paul Bradley, Oversight
Daj'za Demmings, Oversight
Carla Maragano, Oversight
Angelina Jackson, Use-of-Force
Jeff Jackson, Use-of-Force
Atta Shahid, Use-of-Force
Nicole "Niki" Van Kirk, Use-of-Force
Julio Mateo, Training
Ann Charles Watts, Training
Mattie White, Training
Travis T. Dunnington, Recruitment, Promotions, and Discipline
Natasha R. Spears, Recruitment, Promotions, and Discipline
Cornell D. Trammell, Jr., Recruitment, Promotions, and Discipline
Youssef A Elzein, Community Engagement
David K. Greer, Community Engagement
Marcie Sherman, Community Engagement
IMPLEMENTATION group meetings
- Wednesday, April 28, 2021
- Monday, May 24, 2021
- Monday, June 28,2021
- Monday, July 26, 2021
- Monday, Aug. 23, 2021
- Monday Sept. 27, 2021
- Monday, Oct. 25, 2021
All meetings are scheduled for 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and may be viewed live at daytonohio.gov/govtv or on Spectrum Cable channel 6. The final list of recommendations from the reform committees is available at www.daytonohio.gov/recommendations.