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Capitol Police To Open Offices in California and Florida ‘To Investigate Threats To Members Of Congress’

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By Jeffrey Cawood

The United States Capitol Police (USCP) released a letter on Tuesday morning announcing “improvements” the department has made since an unruly mob stormed the Capitol on January 6, including plans to open field offices in California and Florida “to investigate threats to Members of Congress.”

“We will never forget USCP Officers Brian Sicknick and Howie Liebengood, who died after the attack, nor the sacrifices of the nearly 150 law enforcement officers who were injured,” wrote Acting USCP Chief Yogananda Pittman.

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