Kiski Township Police Cite ‘Hostile Work Environment’ In Resignation Letters

Kiski Township police officers cited what they described as a “hostile work environment” in resignation letters to the township.

Four of the township’s six officers resigned Thursday or early Friday, as did the township’s police secretary. The resignations came after the department’s former officer-in-charge filed a grievance with the township and the United Steelworkers — the union representing Kiski Township’s officers — claiming harassment by township supervisors.

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