More than 3K officers to help at Pittsburgh G-20 summit
By Adam Brandolph
PITTSBURGH, Penn. — City officials Tuesday firmed up some details about how they will handle 3,100 extra police officers expected to help with security during the Group of 20 economic summit next month.
The law department finalized a proposed agreement the city would have with any police department sending officers for the Sept. 24-25 meeting of world leaders at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
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