Pittsburgh Police Vote ‘No Confidence’ in Chief McLay

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Pittsburgh police officers voted overwhelmingly that they have no confidence in Chief Cameron McLay. The vote is symbolic, and police union members say they hope it will send a strong message to the chief and convince him to reconsider some of his policies, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. "To me, it's a mandate," said . . .

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