Police union upset about allegations of misconduct
The union that represents Havre police officers has blasted city officials for their handling of informal complaints about the conduct of some of the officers, and called the complaints "unsubstantiated rumors."
The Montana Public Employees Association in a news release lauded the professionalism of Havre police and criticized city officials for making "irresponsible and inflammatory" comments. The release, drafted by unnamed police officers and by MPEA representatives Richard Letang and Tom Bivins, encouraged people with complaints to follow the department's formal complaint process by mak...
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