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Pennsylvania State Law Enforcement Citizen Advisory Commission

Created by Governor Wolf through Executive Order, PSLECAC is designed to improve policing practices within law enforcement agencies under the Governor’s jurisdiction. The Commission is comprised of Pennsylvania citizens focused on promoting transparency, fairness, and accountability among the Commonwealth’s state law enforcement agencies by examining events and conducting reviews of policies, practices, and procedures.

Comprised of 21 voting members and 6 ex-officio members, it is chaired by the Deputy State Inspector General for Law Enforcement Oversight and meets quarterly. The Commission has adopted Bylaws based on the Executive Order.

The Executive Order requires the establishment of committees to review investigations of police-involved shootings resulting in injury  or death  of  civilians, other uses of force, and allegations of bias-based policing. It also allows for the establishment of subcommittees to  effectively  implement  its  authority  and  responsibilities. The Rules Subcommittee has been established for this purpose.

The Commission has scheduled its remaining 2022 meeting, available virtually, for October 28 at 10am in Harrisburg. More information can be found on the Commission Meetings page.

October 28, 2022 - Harrisburg

A Quarterly Meeting of the Commission was held on Friday, October 28, 2022, at 10:00am, virtually and in-person in Harrisburg at the headquarters of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, 3101 North Front Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110.

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