2016 Declarations of Intent to Seek Office

The following Declarations of Intent to seek office for the 2016-17 election year have been filed:


Brian Corr


Brian Corr

Brian Corr has worked as Executive Secretary of the Police Review & Advisory Board for the City of Cambridge, Massachusetts since September 2010, and as Executive Director of the city's Peace Commission since 2008. The Police Review & Advisory Board is the city’s civilian oversight agency, while the Peace Commission works with other municipal agencies, communities of faith, nonprofit organizations, and the community as a whole to: build connections Read More





kelvyn Anderson

Kelvyn Anderson was appointed Executive Director of Philadelphia’s Police Advisory Commission in January   2013, and has worked for the agency as an investigator and Deputy Director since 2000, specializing in records management, database development, mapping and other web-based tools for oversight. A native of Pittsburgh, PA, Anderson has worked as an investigative reporter covering police, courts and government; a private investigator for attorneys and insurance companies; and as a congressional aide.  Read More




Catherine Crosby


Catherine "Katy" Crosby

Catherine “Katy” Crosby is the Executive Director of the City of Dayton’s Human Relations Council.  The Council conducts civil rights enforcement by investigating and adjudicating discrimination complaints in the areas of housing, employment, public accommodation and credit; provides business and technical assistance including certifying minority, women and small disadvantaged companies, administering the City’s HUD Section 3 program, ensuring diversity and inclusion on City funded projects Read More




Anthony Finnell    

 Mr. Anthony W. Finnell, Sr. currently serves as the Executive Director of the Citizens’ Police Review Board (CPRB) in Oakland.  The CPRB receives allegations of misconduct from citizens, investigates those allegations and renders a decision based on the findings of the investigation.  The CPRB also reviews police policy and makes policy recommendations as needed.  The CRPB is an independent organization, separate from the Oakland Police  Department. Mr. Finnell answers directly to the City Administrator for Oakland.  Read More



Eddie Aubrey

Mr. Eddie J. Aubrey, J.D., is the Civilian Manager of the Office of Professional Accountability (OPA) of the Richmond Police Department in California.  He is one of only a few civilians throughout the Nation that oversees all of the functions of police internal affairs investigations conducted by police sergeants and staff.  Some of those functions include intake, classification, and investigation of complaints; certify investigative findings; Officer Involved Shooting investigations, make recommendations on investigatory Read More




 Margo Frasier

Margo Frasier was appointed the Police Monitor for the City of Austin, Texas, in January, 2011.  The Office of the Police Monitor is the agency that receives complaints against sworn police officers of the Austin Police Department and oversees the investigations of the Internal Affairs Division.  The Office also facilitates the presentations of cases to the Citizen Review Panel.  During her time as Police Monitor, Ms. Frasier has advocated for and achieved changes in the Meet and Confer Agreement with the Read More




 Deborah Walker

Deborah Walker, previously known to many as “Officer Walker” was a dedicated, hardworking professional with twenty (20) years’ experience in law enforcement and ten years as a Higher Education administrator.  In 1973, upon graduating from George Westinghouse High School, Deborah started a career in law enforcement in 1983 with the University of Pittsburgh Police Department where she obtained a position as a security guard. Within six months of working in the department, Deborah was promoted to the position Read More




 Walter Katz

Walter Katz is the Independent Police Auditor for the City of San José. He was appointed to the position by the City Council in 2015. Previously he served as a Deputy Inspector General for the County of Los Angeles Office of Inspector General. Prior to that he was an attorney with the Office of Independent Review. Walter has been active in NACOLE, serving on first on the Strategic Planning  Committee and currently on the Training, Education and Standards Committee.  Read More




Susan Hutson

Susan Hutson is the Independent Police Monitor for the City of New Orleans Ms. Hutson is also the President of the International Law Enforcement Auditors Association.  The City of New Orleans welcomed Susan Hutson as the Independent Police Monitor in June of 2010. Prior to accepting the position in New Orleans, Ms. Hutson worked at the Los Angeles Police Commission’s Office of the Inspector General as an Assistant Inspector General from 2007 to 2010, where she garnered firsthand knowledge of police oversight under a federal consent decree.   Read More