The City of Fort Worth's Office of the Police Oversight Monitor was first established in February 2020 pursuant to Fort Worth City Code Art. 2, § 2-27(1)(a) as a mechanism with which to provide oversight and accountability of the Fort Worth Police Department. Kim Neal, was appointed as the City of Fort Worth’s first Police Monitor in March 2020. Efforts to build this newly-created office first began in mid-March 2020. The office serves a proactive leader in law enforcement accountability to the Fort Worth Police Department and the population it serves.
Community members are encouraged to come and meet the candidates. The Forum will also be carried live on cable, Facebook and YouTube. It will also be recorded and posted online.
Find historical OPOM documents, Informal Reports presented to City Council and additional civilian oversight resources.
Discover the history of Civilian Oversight. The first assembly of citizens to receive complaints of misconduct against police officers dates back to the 1920s.
The vision for the Office of the Police Oversight Monitor is to be a proactive leader in law enforcement accountability to the Fort Worth Police Department and the population it serves.
The Office of the Police Oversight Monitor is interested in hearing from anyone in the community who wishes to share a comment, concern or suggestion about the office or the FWPD.
Learn about community, community-police and faith-based engagements with the Office of the Police Oversight Monitor.
Learn more about the office, including how we update the community on our progress, what the complaint and commendation process looks like and how we serve the community.