The IRC reviews complaints against the UCPD, police reports, related policy, and procedural and communication issues. Its membership includes 3 faculty members, 3 students (representing the College, graduate divisions and professional schools), 2 staff members and 3 community members. The Committee usually meets twice a quarter during the academic year. Further information on the IRC can be found here.
Application and Selection Process
The Committee is seeking three students (representing the College, graduate divisions and professional schools) to serve a term of one academic year. Students who serve on the IRC should be mature, fair-minded and capable of maintaining the strict confidentiality of the cases they hear and of committee discussions and deliberations. This Committee is not an advisory board and is thus not an appropriate venue for advancing a particular agenda or cause. Knowledge of the University is highly advantageous, so these roles are likely to be best filled by students who have been at the University for two or more years.
The Office of the Dean of Students in the University will review applications. Finalists will be invited for an in-person interview. The Office of the Provost appoints student representatives after nomination from the Dean of Students in the University.
The deadline to appy for the 2017-2018 academic year has passed.
- Student representatives must be a current College, graduate, or professional student at the University of Chicago
- Students must be enrolled and in good standing in your academic program, and will be physically present on or near the Hyde Park campus for the duration of your appointment on the IRC
- Students who are not present or actively engaged in the IRC may lose member status
- Terms for the IRC expire at the conclusion of the 2017-18 academic year
Questions about the Committee or your application? Please contact Campus and Student Life at email@example.com.