Pa. Arbitrators Often Reinstate Accused Cops

Print Arbitrators in Pennsylvania frequently reinstate police officers who are dismissed for misconduct, the Philadelphia Inquirer says. In one case, the Pennsylvania State Police tried to fire Trooper Rodney Smith in 1995, when he shoved a gun in a woman’s mouth and threatened to kill her. In another, Trooper Robert Johnson was told to turn
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