Wednesday, December 18, 2013
From the Post Gazette:
Pittsburgh police will roll out a new domestic violence program next week, but it already has its critics, including the police union's president who calls it well-intentioned but flawed.
Starting Monday, police officers responding to calls of domestic violence must offer the suspected victims an 11-question survey aimed at predicting the likelihood that they will be killed by their partners.
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