Fraternal Order Of Police

U.S. Attorney General Condemns Latest Violence In FergusonUnited States Attorney General Loretta Lynch is in Pittsburgh today as part of the National Community Policing Tour.
License Plate Stickers May Be Out In 2017, Or Maybe NotPennsylvania is set to phase out the rectangular registration stickers on license plates by the end of 2016, so long as the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) does not convince lawmakers to reverse legislation.
Police Chief McLay Speaks Out After Controversy Over SignIn his first television comments since the local Fraternal Order of Police criticized his holding a protester’s sign, Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay took the blame for a misunderstanding.
Local Police Officers Honored, Including Fallen K-9 RoccoIt's not easy being a police officer -- often under siege by the bad guys and then sometimes criticized by those who second-guess their actions.
Woman Arrested During Pride Parade Appears In CourtA young woman who was arrested during Pride Fest Downtown in June is expected to appear in court Wednesday morning.
Lawyer Of Woman Arrested During Pride Fest Releases New PhotosMore pictures have been released of the violent confrontation between a police officer and a 19-year-old woman who was arrested at a Pittsburgh Pride event.
Citizen Police Review Board Says Pride Fest Photo Proves NothingAn altercation between a Pittsburgh police officer and a 19-year-old woman attending the Gay Pride Parade last month was the topic of conversation in city council chambers Tuesday night.
FOP: Photo Proves Officer’s Actions Were Justified In Pride Fest IncidentThe 14-second video shocked the city, a young woman allegedly getting punched and beaten by a Pittsburgh Police officer during Pride Fest last month.
Gov. Corbett Keeps Pittsburgh Under Act 47, Angers City UnionsGov. Tom Corbett went to Mayor Bill Peduto's office on Thursday to deliver news that Peduto wanted to hear -- the state will not yet remove the city from its Act 47 distressed status.
Pittsburgh City Council Considers Red Light CamerasIn Philadelphia or Washington, D.C., if you run a red light and nobody sees it, you might think you got away with it. But you didn't.
Officer Involved In Teacher’s Controversial Arrest ReassignedThe arrest of a local teacher outside of a community meeting in Homewood led to protests outside the Pittsburgh Police Zone 5 station. The charges were eventually dropped, but now the police officer involved in the arrest has been reassigned to desk duty.
F.O.P. Says It Can Help Local School Districts In Wake Of Conn. ShootingIn the wake of the Connecticut massacre, many schools across the country are trying to figure out how to better protect students. Now, the local police union says it can help schools here.