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The Negotiated Settlement Agreement
Current documentation related to the Negotiated Settlement Agreement is available here. For prior year documentation, go to the NSA Archives page.
Independent Monitor / Compliance Director
Independent Monitor's Monthly Status Reports 2016
- June 2016 - 33rd Report
- May 2016 - 32nd Report
- April 2016 - 31st Report
- March 2016 - 30th Report
- February 2016 - 29th Report
- January 2016 - 28th Report
About the Independent Monitor
The Police Performance Solutions Independent Monitoring Team (PPS/IMT), chaired by Monitor Warsaw, consists of experts in law enforcement, police monitoring, auditing and evaluation, intergovernmental relations, civil rights compliance, constitutional considerations and best practices in contemporary policing. It was hired in 2010 to monitor the Memorandum of Understanding.
Where appropriate, PPS/IMT builds on existing work of both the prior monitor and OPD. PPS/IMT focuses on several core areas including:
- Internal Affairs and Citizen Complaints
- Use of Force
- The Personnel Assessment System
- Span of Control
- Management and Supervision (Oversight, Auditing and Review Systems).
PPS/IMT determines compliance through:
- Examination of the creation of policies
- Implementation of practices that support each requirement in the Agreement.
Chief (Ret.) Robert S. Warshaw (2014 - Present)
On February 12, 2014 Judge Thelton Henderson issued an order to "concentrate the powers of the Compliance Director and Monitor into one position." Compliance Director Warshaw released his first progress report on Friday, April 18, 2014. A total of six reports have been issued. They are accessible on the NSA Archives page (link will be available soon).