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Additional Resources

Additional Resources


– ACLU of Greater Pittsburgh, 412-681-7736
– FBI, 412-432-4000
– NAACP, 412-471-1024


– Allegheny County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service, 412-261-0518
– Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office, 412-350-4400
– Allegheny County Public Defender’s Office, 412-350-2401
Allegheny County Municipal Map — Allegheny County has 130 municipalities, including the City of Pittsburgh. Many of those municipalities have their own police departments and complaint procedures. If you have a complaint involving the police around but outside of Pittsburgh, this map may help to direct you toward the appropriate contact person.


– PA Attorney General, 412-565-7680
– U.S. Attorney For Western Pennsylvania, 412-644-3500


– National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE),

City of Pittsburgh • Citizen Police Review Board

About the CPRB

The Citizen Police Review Board (CPRB) is an independent agency within the City of Pittsburgh set up to investigate citizen complaints about improper conduct by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. MORE