Tuesday, December 21, 2010

KDKA's goofy question about police, enforcement, guns and Pittsburgh

Three Pittsburgh police officers on that task force that have a focus on gun violence have not been working -- but getting paid -- for a year or so. (Remember Jordan Miles?) That is why you see a percentage dip in effective police work. There are less on the street looking for those troubles.

That task force had less than 30 officers, right?

If you put 20-30% of the force on vacation -- the arrests in that regard are going to dip.

Connect the conversations about BLOATED PENSIONS and municipal finance problems.

The real question, how long do we have to wait to get JUSTICE for the wrongs done by those three officers? How long should they be paid to NOT work?

Last year: 598. To 468 this year.

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