Pittsburgh Police Accountability Bill Hopes To Increase Trust
PITTSBURGH )NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – The Police Accountability Bill became law in Pittsburgh on Thursday. The bill hopes to increase trust between citizens and police.
However, police said it will increase the amount of paperwork.
Police will now be required to release annual statistics on arrests, searches, stops and other incidents broken down by race and gender.
On Friday, NewsRadio 1020 KDKA Host Robert Mangino spoke with Brandi Fisher, the Chairwoman of the Alliance for Police Accountability, on the subject.
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