The Citizen Police Review Board (CPRB) is an independent agency set up to investigate citizen complaints about improper police conduct.
Set against a backdrop of tremendous social, economic, and cultural commotion, Pittsburgh adopted a Home Rule form of government in 1976. Economic downturn in the 1980s left the city swirling with the ashes of social turbulence in the mid-nineties and indicators of seriously strained relations between citizens and their police.
Ms. Elizabeth C. Pittinger, Executive Director
The CPRB’s blog about its work and related developments.
Upcoming meetings and events of note, and U.S. public holidays.
Citizen Police Review Board Rules and Operating Procedures; The Consent Decree; Map of Police Zones.
Know Your Rights; Frequently-Asked Questions; The Complaint Process; File a Complaint Now.
Citizen Police Review Board, 816 5th Avenue, Suite 400, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. Phone: (412) 765-8023. Fax: (412) 765-8059.