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The Civilian Review Board consists of no more than fifteen members, with a quorum of seven, and must at a minimum have one member from the Board of Alders and two at-large members. Each member of the board must reside in the City of New Haven and be appointed by the Mayor; with the exception of at-large members who shall be appointed by the Board of Alders President.  

Members appointed by the Mayor must be approved by the Board of Alders. Term of board membership is three years. 

The board works to monitor and independently investigate any civilian complaints of police misconduct against a police officer employed by a police department empowered to act with municipal police powers in the City of New Haven.  

For a complete list of the board’s powers and duties under Article X, Sec. 2-796 of the City’s Code of General Code of Ordinances, click here

 Party Affiliation  Name  Political District  Address  Term Expiration

Dem

Stephen Hamm

1 - Downtown

42 Academy Street Apt. 3

7/1/2022

Dem

Iva Johnson

2 - Westville

113 Rock Creek Rd

7/1/2021

Unaff

Richard Crouse

4 - Dwight/Chapel

110 Dwight Street

7/1/2021

Dem

Jewu Richardson

3 - Hill North

160 Frank Street

7/1/2022

Dem

Jean Jenkins

6 - Dixwell

7 Webster Street

7/1/2021

Dem

Nina Faucett

7 - Newhallville/East Rock

420 Huntington Street #1

7/1/2022

Dem

Jayuan Carter

8 - Fair Haven

106 Poplar Street

7/1/2021

Rep

Anne Marie Rivera Berrios

9 - East Shore/Quinnipiac East

19-21 Chester Street

7/1/2022

Dem

Devin Avshalom Smith

3 - Hill North

7/1/2022

Dem

Chris Garaffa

10 - Beaver Hills/Whalley/Edgewood

7/1/2022

Dem

Samuel Ross-Lee, Chair

Member-at-Large

7/1/2022

Dem

John Pescatore

Member-at-Large

7/1/2022

Dem

Alder Brian Wingate

Board of Alders Appointee

7/1/2022

Unaffiliated

Christian Peralta

7/1/2022

Unaffiliated

Melvin Counsel

Hill South

7/1/2022


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