McClellan promoted to AC sergeant


  A Forward Township man has been promoted to sergeant in the Allegheny County Police Department.
  Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato announced Wes McClellan’s promotion Thursday. McClellan has 17 years of service with the county police, including three years with the multi-agency Violent Crimes Task Force.
  He also was stationed at District II in South Park with special assignment to Allegheny County Housing Authority.
  “The Allegheny County Police Department is among the finest in the Commonwealth, and I am pleased to promote Wes McClellan for demonstrating excellent


leadership and serving the public with honor,” Onorato said.
  “On behalf of the 1.2 million residents of Allegheny County, I want to congratulate and thank Sgt. McClellan and wish him continued success.” Allegheny County Police Department was established in 1932. Uniformed officers patrol the county’s nine regional parks, Pittsburgh International Airport, and Allegheny County Airport.
  The detective division includes general investigations, homicide and narcotics. Specialized county police units include Audio & Video Forensics, Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team, Detention Services, Narcotic Detection K-9, Special Weapons & Tactics Team, Airport Drug Interdiction Team, Mounted Patrol, Motorcycle Detail and Community Awareness.

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