Pittsburgh police unveil new policy on domestic violence
By Rich Lord
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
PITTSBURGH, Pa. — The Pittsburgh Police Bureau unveiled new policies on domestic violence by officers yesterday, but women's advocates at a public hearing told City Council to put stronger rules into the city code.
The hearing featured a range of solutions to a problem brought to the fore by the June promotions of three officers who have faced allegations of domestic abuse.
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