City of South Salt Lake
  • South Salt Lake, UT, USA
  • $70 per meeting stipend
  • Other
  • Part Time


The Civilian Review Board provides independent review of complaints resulting from specific South Salt Lake Police Department activities. The goal of the Civilian Review Board is to encourage greater communication and accountability between the South Salt Lake Police Department and the community. The Board serves in a strictly advisory role to assess complaints of potential police misconduct resulting from Use of Force and Vehicle Pursuit cases and has no independent disciplinary power. The Police Chief retains disciplinary authority; however, they are obligated to consider the recommendations of the Board. The Civilian Review Board is comprised of seven voting members, two alternate members who serve on the Board when a voting member is not available, and one non-voting advisory member.

The advisory board member is an individual with experience in law enforcement who is not currently employed with South Salt Lake City or related to an employee of the South Salt Lake Police Department.

Under the Utah Open Public Meetings Act, each meeting will begin with 30 minutes of public comment followed by a closed-door session. Items discussed in the closed-door session are confidential, and any discussion outside of the closed-door session may result in criminal charges.

Board Members serve a 2-year term and are compensated $70 for each meeting attended. Time spent reviewing case materials before meetings is not paid. Identities of Board Members will be made public.

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