(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 183657 and 187136, effective June 19, 2015.)
A. Any complainant or member who is dissatisfied with an investigation of alleged member misconduct that occurred during an encounter with a community member may request a review.
B. The request for review must be filed within 14 calendar days of the complainant or member receiving IPR's notification regarding disposition of the case. The Director may adopt rules for permitting late filings. When good cause has been established, the Director may accept late filings. Good cause includes, but is not limited to:
1. Appellant has limited English language proficiency.
2. Appellant has physical, mental or educational issues that contributed to an untimely request for review.
C. A request for review must be filed in writing personally, by mail or email with the IPR Office, or through other arrangements approved by the Director.
D. The request for review shall include:
1. The name, address, and telephone number of the appellant;
2. The approximate date the complaint was filed (if known);
3. The substance of the complaint;
4. The reason or reasons the appellant is dissatisfied with the investigation.
E. The complainant or member may withdraw the request for review at any time.