The profanity of choice isn’t hard to guess.
Pittsburgh public safety job aims to fill gaps in victim aid, while a local leader says it’s a ‘duplication of services’
Applications opened this week for a victim assistance coordinator, which comes with a $52,597 salary.
Between 50 and 60 volunteered to go, according to the city’s acting police chief.
The job is modeled after one at the FBI.
Police received a report on Election Day that “Vote Trump or Repent” was painted on a billboard.
As much as it can, says a local marijuana activist and attorney.
Some chiefs last less than a year. Others more than nine.
The Department of Public Safety recognized its first class of Distinguished Service award winners on Friday.
More than 3,000 people in Allegheny County have already signed up.
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|What||Hear from Director Wendell Hissrich at his department's fall meeting for the public.|
|Where||Pittsburgh Federation Of Teachers at 10 S. 19th St. (South Side Flats)|
|When||October 19, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.|
“They took the street, which we’re not thrilled about,” a police commander said of some 200 protestors.