PITTSBURGH (AP) _ U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is visiting Pittsburgh on Monday as part of a tour highlighting community policing practices.
Lynch is scheduled to speak at the National Fraternal Order of Police 62nd National Biennial Conference and she’ll hear from youth about their interactions with law enforcement.
She’ll also meet with police officers, recruits at the Pittsburgh Police Training Academy and the staff of the local U.S. Attorney’s office and lay a wreath at the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Zone 5 Memorial.
Lynch’s community policing tour started in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 19. She’ll next visit Richmond, California, and Seattle, Washington.