The Report from the Ad Hoc Committee on Police Policy is Available

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The Ad Hoc Committee on Police Policy (AHCPP) has completed its report for the Eugene City Council. The report is available online and was presented during the City Council work session on Monday, May 17 @ 5:30 p.m.

You can read and download the report (CLICK HERE).

Details about the AHCPP

In response to concerns shared by Eugene community members regarding Eugene police policy, Eugene City Council convened an ad hoc committee to review current police policies related to Campaign Zero and the 21st Century Policing. The goal of the committee’s work was to create a report for the city council, recommending changes to current police policy. The ad hoc committee has convened twice a month since September 2020.

TransPonder is not working with the police department.

TransPonder was invited by the City Council to join this committee. Other organizations which were invited were: Civilian Review Board, Police Commission, Human Rights Commission, Black Unity, Centro Latino Americano, League of United Latin American Citizens, National Association of the Advancement of Colored People, Blacks in Government, The 15th Night Youth Advisory Committee, Asian/Pacific Islander Community Action Team, Eugene Islamic Center, and a community Indigenous Peoples group.

TransPonder has been working with these community members to influence change in police policy for the betterment of the entire community.

TransPonder Demands

Born out of frustration with the constraints placed upon the ad hoc committee, TransPonder created an unsolicited list of demands for the report. TransPonder was the first organization within the committee to write such a document; subsequently, the facilitation team invited other members to submit what they called ‘testimonies’.

TransPonder Demands was based on the work of trans activists nationwide with their permission. That, along with the Model Police Policy, is truly our collective voice.

If you would like to share your experiences with the Eugene Police Department, please email


Full report by the AHCPP:

TransPonder Demands:

Model Police Policy:

Eugene Police Department: Accountability in 2020:

Campaign Zero:

President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing:

City’s website: