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Statewide Administrative Charging Committee

In July 2022, the Statewide Administrative Charging Committee was authorized by the General Assembly in July 2022 (Chapter 59, Acts of 2021). The Statewide Administrative Charging Committee serves statewide and bi-county law enforcement agencies. Five members constitute the Committee. Three are appointed by the Governor, one by the Senate President, and one by the House Speaker. Annually, the Chair is chosen by the Committee.

Meeting at least monthly, the Committee reviews the findings of each law enforcement agency’s investigations of complaints of police misconduct involving a member of the public forwarded by the agency to the Committee. From information related to the investigation, the Committee makes determinations and recommendations. It reviews relevant body camera footage, may call a police officer before the Committee, determines if a police officer should be charged administratively and, if so, recommends discipline. It submits written opinions to the chief of the law enforcement agency, the accused police officer, and the complainant.

Any inquiries regarding the Committee can be directed to .

Annual Reports

The Statewide ACC develops an annual report outlining the activities of the Committee from the prior year, along with case statistics.

Meeting Information

Special Note: The next Statewide ACC meeting is scheduled to be held virtually on Tuesday, July 30th beginning at 1pm. The meeting can be accessed via For further information, please contact

Statewide Administrative Charging Committee (ACC) meetings are held virtually on a monthly basis. Access information is posted on this site once available.

Proposed 2024 Meeting Dates
1:00pm start time
*Portions of the meeting will be held in closed session

May 16th
May 29th
June 26th
July 30th
August 28th
September 17th
October 24th
November 27th
December 30th