Citizens Review Board

The mission of the Little Rock Police Citizens Review Board of Law Enforcement Actions (CRB) is to enhance police legitimacy and to build and maintain trust between citizens and the Little Rock Police Department by reviewing certain LRPD investigations to ensure the accuracy, completeness, thoroughness, objectivity and impartiality of the investigation. The CRB was established through Ordinance 21,763, enacted by the Little Rock Board of Directors on July 23, 2019.

The Citizens Review Board meets on an as-needed basis at the call of the chair to review complaints when received.

For More Information

Laura Martin, LRPD Community Relations Manager
Little Rock Police Department
615 W. Markham St., Suite 113
Little Rock AR 72201
(501) 918-5358

The Citizens Review Board was established by Ordinance No. 21,763, passed by the Little Rock City Board of Directors on July 23, 2019.
Three (3) years
MEMBERS: Five (5)
DUTIES: The Citizens Review Board reviews certain investigations for accuracy, completeness, impartiality, objectivity, and thoroughness, and provides findings and recommendations based on those reviews. Citizen complaints are reviewed only after formal Internal Affairs investigations are closed, or if a review is requested by both the Civil Service Commission and the CRB. 
MEETINGS: As needed

Current Members


Nikolai Fisken
Business Community Position

Term expires 12-17-25

Michal Harris
Community Position

Term expires 12-17-24

Mary Carol Poole
At-Large Position

Term expires 12-17-25

Maria Smedley
At-Large Position

Term expires 12-17-24

Derrick Smith
At-Large Position

Term expires 12-17-23