PITTSBURGH, PA (AP) - Pittsburgh's fee for the private use of off-duty police -- the handling of which is under federal scrutiny -- was never properly legislated and may not be legally valid, governmental officials said Monday, as city council prepared for a Wednesday vote that would codify the charge.
Legality of city's fee for off-duty police work questioned
The Associated Press
March 12, 2013
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