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April 5, 2023

For Immediate Release

The Police Accountability Board is accepting evidence in a new way. Anyone reporting cases of alleged police misconduct can now use WeTransfer to share large video, audio, and image files with the PAB.

How does it work?

Any person with evidence of alleged police misconduct can visit There, users can upload files from their computer or mobile device.  Once received, the Police Accountability Board’s Digital Forensic Analysts review the files alongside the investigations team.

PAB Interim Executive Director Sherry Walker-Cowart says this new addition to the reporting process is easy to use and secure.

“The Police Accountability Board is adapting and changing to fit the needs of the community we serve. This new tool will open the door for people to share even more information with our agency. It also allows our team to process these investigations quickly and securely.” Said Walker-Cowart.

People sharing evidence with the PAB using WeTransfer are encouraged to still contact the agency and file an official report.

For more information, call the agency at 585-428-9999 and speak to a case manager today.