Photo: Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay; Andrew Russell, Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay has announced his resignation weeks after a no-confidence vote by the police union, according to a Tribune-Review news report.
McLay angered police officers when he addressed the Democratic National Convention—while in uniform—in July.
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The police union held a no-confidence vote several weeks later in September. And the Citizens Police Review Board later determined that McLay violated a city code banning partisanship and political activity in speaking at the convention dressed in uniform.
However, McLay said his last day will be December 4, and that the no-confidence vote did not affect his decision.