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Click for larger image • David L. Harris (left) is the incoming chairman of the Durham Civilian Police Review Board; Ethan Hertz (right) is the outgoing chairman.

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Click for larger image • David L. Harris (left) is the incoming chairman of the Durham Civilian Police Review Board; Ethan Hertz (right) is the outgoing chairman.

Lynn Andrews: A pro-bono attorney who once worked as a county attorney and for the Institute of Government at UNC-Chapel Hill. Has been on the board since 2003, at one time serving as chair.

Estella Cox Collins (Vice chair): A retiree who has served on several community boards and is active in the Citizen Observer Patrol and Partners Against Crime groups. Appointed in 2006.

James "Cliff" Elam: A businessman with experience in sales and team leadership who volunteered for Habitat for Humanity. Has been on the board since 2003.

Mary Green: Retired housing manager with experience working with police. Appointed in 2003.

David L. Harris (Chair): A long-time volunteer with Partners Against Crime and the Citizen Observer Patrol, and other community groups. Ran for city council in 1977. Appointed to the board in 2008.

Ethan Hertz: Has been on the board since 2001 and has served as chair for several years since. Works as an administrative manager for the Duke Clinical Research Unit at Duke Hospital.

DeWarren K. Langley: An N.C. Central University law student with aspirations to run for public office. Appointed to the board last month to fill a vacancy.

Francine Less: A retired human-resources manager who has worked with prison inmates and volunteers at Urban Ministries. Appointed to the board last month to fill a vacancy.

India L. Smith-Gray: The board considered removing Smith-Gray at its last meeting. She is a grad student and employee for a security company and failed to attend three of four meetings last year. The board voted to give her another opportunity to improve her attendance record. She was appointed in 2006.

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