Pa. city council grants initial OK to domestic-violence bill

05/9/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh City Council has advanced a bill to amp up training for police officers responding to domestic-violence calls and require that they ask a specific series of questions and offer to call a shelter. The bill was spurred by a woman who was killed less than a day after she called 911 to report domestic violence.

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