Prince William County's Racial and Social Justice Commission identifies issues of concern and best practices on the police department's policies and practices, provision of government services, and the workforce providing these services, and public education. The Commission recommends a path forward to improve racial justice for people of color in Prince William County.
The Commission is comprised of no more than twelve (12) members. The Board of County Supervisors appoints eight (8) members, one per each magisterial district and one at-large, and a Prince William County School system representative. The Chief of Police, the County Executive and the Chair of the Human Rights Commission or their corresponding designees are ex officio members of the Commission. All members of the Commission serve at the pleasure of the Board of County Supervisors.