PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Twenty four new Pittsburgh Police officers have been sworn into duty.
The announcement was made by the Pittsburgh Police on Twitter.READ MORE: Pitt To Offer Prizes, Including Up To $2,500, To Students Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Welcome to 24 new Pittsburgh Police officers!@PghPoliceChief Schubert swore in the officers during a private event. A public graduation ceremony was postponed, due to COVID-19 concerns, but will be rescheduled after their four months of field training. pic.twitter.com/FyWA9se0de
— Pittsburgh Police (@PghPolice) March 13, 2020READ MORE: 2 Pittsburgh Organizations Receiving Part Of MacKenzie Scott's $2.7 Billion Donation
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The officers were sworn in privately.