Dr. David Harris Thursday, July 16 at 7pm via Zoom Meeting Join Sixth Presbyterian Church, Temple Sinai, and PIIN for a sobering evening, looking backward and forward into the future, and pondering the challenges of Public Safety in our time. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Zoom link will be made available by email to anyone who registers at […]
Are you looking for an opportunity to better your understanding of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police? Have you ever wondered how police officers are trained to serve our communities? If either of these questions have ever crossed your mind, participating in the Pittsburgh Citizen’s Police Academy may be the perfect opportunity for you.
Police-community relations were further discussed Thursday at a separate gathering at St. James AME Church. The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network, or PIIN, invited faith leaders, law enforcement and community members to share their experiences, with a response from Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay.
The fatal shooting of several police officers last week in Dallas has prompted Pittsburgh officials to come together to talk about building better relationships between police and the community.