Constable Review Board

A Constable Review Board was created in Dauphin County to assist in resolving any dispute related to a constable's performance of judicial duties in accordance with standards and procedures pursuant to 44 PA C.S.A. 7161-7161.1 and further defined by the Constable Policies, Procedures and Standards of Conduct published by the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts which can be found within the below link.
The Constable Review Board's jurisdiction extends only to constables in the performance of judicial duties. The Constable Review Board may receive complaints by or against constables regarding the performance of a constable's judicial duties, financial or payment disputes, or other matters relevant to a constable's judicial duties including, but not limited to, the Constable Policies, Procedures and Standards of Conduct Published by the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
The Constable Review Board does not have the authority to revise Constable Policies, Procedures or Standards of Conduct issued by the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
Constables shall make every attempt to resolve their disputes with the party or agency involved prior to filing  a complaint with the Constable Review Board.
A complaint by or against a constable shall be in writing on the form set forth below and shall be signed by the complainant and shall specify in detail the alleged misconduct, financial dispute, or other matter related to the performance of judicial duties.
The complaint may be submitted by mail, email, or fax to:
Court Administrator
Dauphin County Courthouse
101 Market Street
3rd Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17101