Walking the tightrope in Pittsburgh

This article profiles police chief Cameron McLay’s experiences as a change agent in Pittsburgh since 2014. Brought in to mend relationships with the community, and having made clear progress on that front, he also has the challenge of sustaining support and morale within the police bureau, not an easy task in today’s climate and in the wake of some difficult decisions.



One Response to “Walking the tightrope in Pittsburgh”

  1. Ashley Says:

    Several months ago, the state accreditation coalition held its monthly meeting in Pittsburgh. Typically, chiefs show up and say a few words, then leave to handle other matters. However, Chief McLay was an active participant in the the meeting, and stayed for almost an hour. He was genuinely engaged, which was appreciated by those of us in attendance.

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