CPRB briefing on pending City Council legislation relating to Police Recording Devices, Police Accreditation, Applicable Incidents Requiring Paid Administrative Leave, Annual Police Service Report and Requiring Compliance to City Code, directing CPRB to investigate critical incidents, directing Chief of Police to receive CPRB findings and recommendations.
Archives for April 2010
April 28th, 2010
April 28th, 2010
Several years ago the CPRB recommended acquisition of cameras for patrol vehicles to former Chief McNeilly The cost was prohibitive at the time. Bill 2010-0107 is consistent with the Board’s previous recommendation. Re: Bill 2010-0108 Police Accreditation, CPRB supports the attainment of accreditation by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police and acknowledges the affirmative progress being made toward that goal. Re: Bill 2010·0234 Annual Police Service Report, the release of the raw data described in the proposal will allow the interested public to analyze police activity for themselves.
Charlie Deitch, which features the CPRB and gives a brief account of past and current happenings; On 3/25/10, Ms. Pittinger met with City Councilman Daniel Lavelle to welcome Mr. Lavelle to City Council and to discuss the role of the CPRB and to offer support for his district; On 4/8/10, Reverend Burgess conducted a post-agenda on the bills associated with the Jordan Miles Public Safety Reform Agenda; Ms. Pittinger announced that today the fallen officers’ names, Stephen J. Mayhle, Eric G. Kelly and Paul J. Sciullo, II, were officially engraved into the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington DC; Ms. Pittinger reminded the Board of the scheduled Rude & Discourteous Hearing set for 6pm, Thursday, May 6, 2010 @ City Council Chambers; 15 cases were reviewed.