4 in 10 Capitol Police officers eligible to participate cast votes of ‘no confidence’ in leaders
About 650 officers — out of about 1,500 who could have — took part in the vote, according to internal documents obtained by The Post.
In a statement released Saturday, Pittman said “the trauma is still incredibly raw and difficult for the many officers who fought heroically on the 6th.”
“Since being sworn in on January 8th, my executive team and I have made the well-being of our officers our top priority,” she said. “While progress has been made, more work remains. And I am committed to ensuring every officer gets what they need and deserve.”
The Capitol Police did not request significant help from other law enforcement agencies in advance of the Jan. 6 siege, which unfolded as lawmakers attempted to certify the victory of President-elect Joe Biden. Neither did the…