City Council

May 15th, 2012 City Council proclamation recognizing 15 years of the CPRB

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby recognize the Citizen Police Review Board for 15 years of responsible and professional service and thanks the members, staff, Executive Director, and solicitor for their commitment to a safe, just, and equitable City; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Council of the City of Pittsburgh does hereby declare May 15, 2012 to be “Citizen Police Review Board Day” in the City of Pittsburgh.

Briefing notes for City Council Bills

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.

The Group of Twenty: A Presentation to City Council

July 28th, 2009

“Toward hospitable relations among public safety personnel, citizens, and visitors.” The purpose of the briefing is to provide Council and the public with information relevant to the many challenges brought with the privilege of hosting the G20 meeting in September. Most of what will be presented at this meeting has not been publicly explored. The information will afford Council the opportunity to develop an informed perspective and perform its due diligence as the event planning proceeds. Presented at a Pittsburgh City Council Post-agenda meeting by the Honorable Bruce Kraus, Chair, Committee on Public Safety Services, Council of the City of Pittsburgh.