Police Complaint Mediation


In January 2016, Community Mediation in Baltimore will began offering Police Complaint Mediation services. Residents and officers are now able to have face to face dialogue about difficult interactions, through this program. Pictured below, 15 mediators and 5 police officers attended the 2-Day, advanced Police Complaint Mediation training provided by CMM. Police officers completed the training so that they would be ambassadors for the program, within the Baltimore City Police Department.

CLICK HERE to watch CMM's webinar for the Justice Research and Statistics Association.  It covers police complaint mediation, police youth dialogue circles, and collaborative dialogue for policy change.



CMM has worked with the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission to establish best practices for Police Complaint Mediation Programs.  These standards and the reference guide can be found here: http://mdle.net/standards.htm



Youth/Police Dialogues Because Relationships Matter


Click here to see ---> In Baltimore, Hagerstown, and Takoma Park, MD, CMM ha been supporting community mediation centers to provide an opportunity for youth and police to have open, honest, and often hard conversations... in an effort to get to know each other as humans.