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  • Pittsburgh police will no longer respond to all burglar alarms
    4.12.24 – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – Beginning April 15, officers will only respond to alarms meeting specific criteria, including human-activated hold-up alarms and panic alarms, medical alert alarms, “priority locations” such as government buildings, critical infrastructure, or any location that has the potential to become a larger threat to public …

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