Public Information Release Reports

PSP stations and offices issue press releases about incidents and investigations they handled. The reports may also contain information concerning public safety or other matters of local interest.

Types of PSP locations that post PIRRs

  • PSP stations
  • Bureau of Gaming Enforcement offices
  • Bureau of Liquor Enforcement offices

The Computer Crime Task Force posts PIRRs through the station that covers the area of each investigation.

Explore the map to find your area of interest

Each PSP Troop has locations that publish PIRRs which you can subscribe to.

PSP Troop map with counties

Explore PIRRs

Browse PIRRS below, using filters to search by county or by entering terms the search bar below, such as the station or office name. Click on the “Sort & Filter” button below to filter by station and/or county.

Subscribe to a PIRR feed

Use the Troop Directory or the Station Directory to find a station you would like to subscribe to. Search by county in the Explore PIRRs component above to discover Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement and Bureau of Gaming offices.

Using the component below:

  • Choose the station or office from the dropdown list
  • Enter your email address
  • Click the arrow to finish the subscription process

Repeat these steps to subscribe to any number of stations or offices.


When a PIRR is uploaded by a PSP location you subscribe to, you will receive an email message.

PIRRs are available approximately 5 minutes after submission. If the PIRR you received notification for is not listed, note that email notifications are sent automatically and may point to a release that has been submitted but is not yet available.

Unsubscribe from a PIRR feed

To unsubscribe, click the Manage Subscriptions link found on every PIRR email message. On the My Subscriptions page, choose the feed and click Unsubscribe.