Archives for 2012

CPRB Case Review Agenda December 12, 2012

Public Hearing on Plainclothes Officer Patrols (“99 cars”)

December 12th, 2012

Video of the CPRB meeting.

Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board Meeting, October 23rd, 2012

Video of the CPRB meeting.

CPRB Case Review Agenda, October 23, 2012

Minutes of the CPRB Meeting Held on September 25, 2012

Mr. Norman presided over the meeting convened at 6:10 p.m. The Board had an extensive discussion about the 3 vacant seats and remedies to compel appointments. Transcript attached regarding a complaint in mandamus. The Board ordered a fact-finding public hearing into the deployment of “99 units”. The Board deferred discussion of an election to the October meeting.

Introducing CPRB’s new website

September 27th, 2012

The Independent Citizen Police Review Board in the City of Pittsburgh, PA, was established by a referendum amendment to the Pittsburgh Home Rule Charter on May 20, 1997. Since the inaugural Board convened in December 1997, the Independent Citizen Police Review Board has promoted responsible citizenship and professional law enforcement through mutual accountability. This site is intended to be a resource for people interested in relations between civilians and police, contemporary issues related to law enforcement and the operations of the Pittsburgh Independent Citizen Police Review Board. Please have a look around and let us know how we can improve.

CPRB Case Review Agenda September 25, 2012

Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board meeting, September 25th, 2012

Video of the CPRB meeting

CPRB Case Review Agenda July 24, 2012

Minutes of the CPRB Meeting held on July 24, 2012 (Mtg. No. 147)

Ms. Walker invited the Executive Director to report on the impending Board vacancies. Pittinger reported that notice of the departure of Ms. Whitfield was provided to City Council, the Mayor, CPRB Members and City Solicitor on June 18, 2012 and notice of Ms. Walker, Mr. Kolano and Ms. Whitfield again, on July 2, 2012. The Board was informed that the training requirement for all members to attend the Citizen Police Academy was restored to the City Code.