Join the Movement for

Police Accountability in El Paso

Convened by the Border Network for Human Rights (BNHR) in 2020 amid the renewed national outcries for justice following the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and many other Black and Brown people at the hands of law enforcement, the El Paso Police Department (EPPD) Accountability Task Force is composed of diverse El Paso organizations and advocates united by a shared commitment to end to police brutality and impunity in the border region.


Survey: Community Accountability of

El Paso Police Department (EPPD)

Share your experiences with and attitudes on the EPPD

and join us in the push for greater police accountability

and transparency in our community

“Breaking the Silence” Virtual Community Forum

Sat. Aug. 28 @ 3 pm MT: Learn about the history of police abuse in El Paso and ways to engage in the movement for accountability and transformation

Hold the El Paso Police Department Accountable!

Join us in calling for the creation of an independent, civilian-led commission via city ordinance to oversee and overhaul the EPPD

EPPD Accountability Task Force Members

Local Organizations

Border Network for Human Rights (BNHR) | Paso del Sur | Border Agricultural Workers Project | Raza Organize | Chicano Pre-law Society at UTEP | Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance (RITA) | El Paso Chicano(a)x History Project | El Paso Equal Voice Network | The El Paso Chapter, The Links, Incorporated | El Paso Young Democrats | UTEP M.E.Ch.A. | National Lawyers Guild- El Paso | Grupo Dignidad | El Paso Grassroots

Community Leaders

Pastor Michael E. Grady | Former Texas State Senator José Rodríguez | County Commissioner David Stout

For more information about the EPPD Task Force and how to get involved,

please contact Betty Camargo at bcamargo@bnhr.org.