(Washington, DC) – The Office of Police Complaints (OPC) today announced the launch of its new website, which will provide the public with an easier way to navigate through content and find information quickly.
OPC’s homepage features images and tabs that are directly linked to popular content on the website such as how to file a complaint, mediation information, and complaint examiner decisions, as well as forms and brochures in 15 languages. The agency’s news releases and job announcements are also displayed on the homepage.
In addition, OPC’s community outreach program is now a highlighted section of the website along with the most up-to-date resource information about police oversight agencies nationally and globally.
The website also includes a link to OPC’s Facebook page, which the agency launched in June.
“This is the first overhaul of the OPC site since the agency was created in 2001,” said Philip K. Eure, executive director of OPC. “Against the backdrop of a layout that is simple yet pleasing to the eye, visitors and residents will now quickly be able to locate information about the agency and the services we provide.”