Civilian Police Complaint Review Board

The Civilian Police Complaint Review Board (“CPCRB”) was created to promote public confidence in the ability of the Village of Ossining to provide a governmental structure to fairly investigate, review and dispose of civilian complaints made against its police officers, giving due regard for the rights and interests of both the civilians and police officers involved. 

Term of Office 2 years

Membership/Appointment 7 members. 3 members are selected by the Board of Trustees prepared by the CPCRB Nominating Committee. 2 members are selected by the Police Chief (1 line officer and 1 supervisor). The remaining 2 members are selected by the Board of Trustees and need not come from the Nominating Committee’s list. For each category of members, there should be one alternate. All civilian members of the CPCRB must be Village residents, be at least 18 years old, sign a confidentiality agreement, agree to a fingerprint check and comply with all training requirements. Under Local Law 9-2017, Board of Trustees to appoint five members without a nominating committee with members to serve no more than two consecutive terms and must have 75% attendance.

Established 2000

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Members

NameTitleTerm Expiration
Jane Ozer

Member

12/31/2019

Sharon Verdejo

Member

12/31/2019

Ro Moran

Member

10/18/2019

Kimberly Cohen

Member

12/31/2020

Osei Essed

Member

12/31/2020

Lieutenant Richard Damiano

Supervisor

12/31/2020

Sergeant Brendan Donohue

Supervisor (alternate)

12/31/2020

Police Officer Anthony Perillo

Line Officer

12/31/2020

Police Officer Patrick McGovern

Line Officer (alternate)

12/31/2021