Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community Relations

Our community is a rich, diverse mix of people from different places, with various backgrounds, perspectives and experiences. Community Relations celebrates individuals and groups who have made a lasting impact in our community by their dedication to fairness, equality and dignity for everyone.

38th Annual Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Community Relations Award Winners!!!

  • Officer Paul Benloss - Eastway Division
  • Officer Veronica Brown - Citizen on Patrol CMPD Headquarters
  • Major Mike Campagna - Training Academy
  • Lt. Spencer Cochran - Metro Division
  • Officer Clyde Cupples - Freedom Division
  • Lt. Steven Durant - Eastway Division
  • Officer Dana Lewis - North Division
  • Officer Shabeer Mohammad - Westover Division
  • Officer Lakia Monroe - Metro Division
  • Officer Carolynn Prather - Metro Division
  • Officer Reginald Richardson - School Resource Officer

The Police Community Relations Awards (PCRA) was established in 1979 to express the community's appreciation to Police Officers who have made outstanding contributions to the improvement of police-community relations. PCRA encourages Officers in their daily performance to further the understanding of the joint role of citizens and police in promoting public safety and fighting crime. It rewards Officers who have advanced creative solution to neighborhood problems; demonstrated extraordinary effects in the area of crime prevention; and their involvement in helping neighborhoods handle special needs or problems.

Nominations for the Police Community Relations Awards are ongoing, if you would like to nominate an Officer, Team and/or School Resource Officer for the  2018 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Community Relations Award click here.  


 

 


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​It is a volation of the Federal Fair Housing Act, the Charlotte Fair Housing Ordinance (Chapter 12, Article V of the Code of the City of Charlotte), or the Mecklenburg County Fair Housing Ordinance to deny you housing rights for any of the following protected classes: race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or familial status (being pregnant or having children under 18 years old). To submit an allegation click here

​The courtroom isn't always the best place to solve a problem. Mediation can be a quicker and more thorough way to reach a resolution without the expense and formality of the courtroom. To submit an referral click here

​Recognizes officers and work teams from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department who have made outstanding contributions to the improvement of police-community relations in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area. Citizens from neighborhoods, schools, places of worship, businesses and civic institutions nominate officers, and CRC members review the nominations. To submit an nomiation click here

The appeal process for citizens who has filed a complaintant on dispositions imposed by the Chief of Police or his designee relating to allegations of misconduct against a sworn police officer. To submit an appeal click here

Alleged violations of the following rules: use of force, unbecoming conduct, arrest, search and seizure, and arbitrary profiling. To report an misconduct click here

Offers opportunities for tenants and landlords to eliminate communication barriers and work together to solve problems involving damaged property, security deposits, living conditions, financial assistance for repairs or miscellaneous conflicts stemming from the landlord-tenant relationship. To submit an request click here

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