Pittsburgh Police Will No Longer Respond To Calls That Aren’t Emergencies

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As the second largest city in Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh is home to more than 310,000 people. To serve and protect those residents, the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police employs over 900 officers; however, for the first time in years, they are experiencing serious staffing issues.

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Thanks to low recruitment numbers in recent years, the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police has announced that they will no longer respond to early morning calls that are not ongoing emergencies, and not everyone thinks it’s such a good idea.

www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/pittsburgh-police-announces-they-will-no-longer-respond-to-calls-that-are-not-ongoing-emergencies/ss-BB1kX0LA

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