Justice - Peace - Equality
Have you suffered discrimination at your job, in your housing, or at a local business, school, financial institution or governmental agency within the Municipality of Anchorage? The Anchorage Equal Rights Commission provides free and confidential services to the public in cases involving discrimination and harassment.
If you believe you have experienced discrimination or harassment, you may contact the Commission staff by phone, email, or walk-in and they will advise you of your rights at no charge. In appropriate cases, the staff will prepare a complaint of discrimination for your signature and impartially investigate your allegations. If your case is outside of the Commission’s jurisdiction, the staff may be able to make referrals to other organizations that can assist you.
No appointment is necessary and translators are available free of charge.
Anchorage Equal Rights Commission
632 West 6th Ave, Suite 110
Anchorage, AK 99501
Fax: (907) 249-7328
The Anchorage Community Police Relations Task Force and the Anchorage Equal Rights Commission invite the public to a Community Forum on a Review of the Anchorage Police Department's Use of Force.
To view the press release that includes more information about the community forum, please click here.
To view the Anchorage Police Department Use of Force Policy Review Brief and Recommendations, please click here.