Pa. city council rethinks domestic-violence legislation

05/2/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh City Council could abandon legislation to establish a zero-tolerance policy for domestic violence by police officers. The city Law Department has recommended that the matter be handled at the department level because the policy would be hard to enforce in the city code. Under the measure, police officers convicted of domestic violence would face dismissal.

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