Maurita J. Bryant is the Assistant Chief of the Pittsburg Bureau of Police and has served in this role since 2011. She has spent her entire career in law enforcement at the Pittsburg Bureau of Police.
She has served in various capacities from patrol to criminal investigations and risen through the ranks to her current position. In this role, she oversees the investigations branch of the Pittsburg Bureau of Police.
She facilitates a domestic violent prevention program since 2000 and served as Executive Director of Save Our (little) Sisters, a teenage intervention program. In 1999 she founded the Pittsburg Chapter of the National Organization of Black Women in Law Enforcement.
She holds a BS and MA in Criminal Justice from Point Park University.