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Mediating Complaints Against Officers
In certain cases, you may choose to mediate your complaint rather than pursue a full investigation:
- Both the complaining party and the officer(s) or ranger(s) must agree to mediation, and the results you seek must be obtainable through mediation.
- Discipline against officer(s) or ranger(s) is not a possible result of mediation.
Mediation is facilitated by a CPRB Investigator or the Board Attorney.
If the complaining party is satisfied with the result of the mediation, a case is proposed for summary dismissal. If the complaining party is not satisfied with the results of the mediation, the case is fully investigated and brought to hearing.