If you need to contact the The Civilian Police
Complaint Review Board call, (914) 941-4099.
The Civilian Police Complaint Review Board was created to promote public confidence in the ability of the Village of Ossining to provide a governmental structure to fairly investigate, review and dispose of civilian complaints made against its police officers, giving due regard for the rights and interests of both the civilians and police officers involved. The Civilian Police Complaint Review Board consists of seven members appointed by the Village Board of Trustees and selected in a manner to ensure diverse and representative participation of the entire community of the Village.
Pursuant to the powers and authority granted under sub section 5711-q of the Unconsolidated Laws of the State of New York and sub section 10 of the Municipal Home Rule Law of the State of New York, the Village of Ossining established the The Civilian Police Complaint Review Board in order to provide for civilian participation in the review of complaints made against the Village of Ossining police officers in accordance with policies, procedures, rules and regulations set forth by the law.