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File #: 2015-1681    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Passed Finally
File created: 5/22/2015 In control: Committee on Public Safety Services
On agenda: 5/26/2015 Final action: 6/9/2015
Enactment date: 6/9/2015 Enactment #: 378
Effective date: 6/11/2015    
Title: Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Safety and the Mayor, on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, to enter into a Cooperative Police Services Agreement or Agreement(s) with the University of Pittsburgh at no cost to the City.
Indexes: COOPERATION AGREEMENT/S
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Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Safety and the Mayor, on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, to enter into a Cooperative Police Services Agreement or Agreement(s) with the University of Pittsburgh at no cost to the City.

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WHEREAS, the University and the City desire to enter into a Cooperative Police Service Agreement as authorized by 71 P.S. ?646.l (b) for purposes of providing aid, support and assistance between their respective police and/or public safety departments; and

WHEREAS, the University and the City desire to establish a framework to continue their mutually beneficial relations to aid, support and assist each other's police officers in performance of their official duties; and

WHEREAS, this Cooperative Police Services Agreement ("Agreement") providing for cooperative police services between the University and City's respective police and/or public safety departments, including but not limited to the sharing of protected information as defined in the Criminal History Record Information Act, 18 Pa. C.S. ??9101 et seq., is in the best interest of both parties and the community at large.

Be it resolved by the Council of the City of Pittsburgh as follows:

Section 1.The Director of Public Safety and the Mayor, on behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, are hereby authorized to enter into a Cooperative Police Services Agreement with the University of Pittsburgh at no cost to the City in order to provide mutual assistance to one another with regard to law enforcement objectives. Said mutual assistance includes but is not limited to the sharing of protected information as defined in the Criminal History Record Information Act, 18 Pa. C.S. ??9101 et seq. between the respective police and/or public safety departments of the University and the City. This resolution shall not authorize the City to disseminate protected information to any other department or individual within the University of Pittsburgh other than those within the ...

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