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Former University of Cincinnati Officer Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charge

July 30, 2015
A former University of Cincinnati police officer pleaded not guilty to murder Thursday morning in the July 19 shooting death of Sam DuBose during a routine traffic stop in Mount Auburn.

Video: Ohio DA Releases Body Camera Footage of Cincinnati T-Stop Shooting

July 30, 2015
Hamilton County (Ohio) Prosecutor Joe Deters showed footage from the body camera worn by a former University of Cincinnati police officer, just moments after announcing a grand jury had indicted the officer on one count of murder and one count of voluntary manslaughter in the July 19 shooting of unarmed black motorist Sam DuBose during an off-campus traffic stop.

University of Cincinnati Officer Charged with Murder for Traffic Stop Shooting

July 29, 2015
"I'm treating him like a murderer," prosecutor Joseph Deters said during a news conference when describing the warrant out for a police officer who killed Samuel Dubose, 43, earlier this month.

Ohio Woman's In-Custody Death Under Investigation

July 28, 2015
Cleveland Heights police say Jones attacked her ex Friday outside of a Save-A-Lot. They say she broke his car window and try to smash the windshield with a tire iron, which police say she then turned on Brandon, hitting his arm.

Groups Seek Changes to Cleveland Consent Decree

June 29, 2015
The NAACP and other civil rights groups want a federal judge to modify a consent decree aimed at reforming the troubled Cleveland police department by requiring outside agencies to investigate deadly police-use-of-force cases and to make the job of police inspector general more independent, according to brief filed Monday.

Ohio Agency Swatted with Dangerous Hostage Hoax

June 29, 2015
The call prompted an immediate response of Parma Police officers. In addition, it also prompted a callout of the entire Parma Police SWAT Team, which includes both tactical officers and the hostage negotiation team.

Video: Ohio Deputy Surprises 9-Year-Old Running Lemonade Stand With Tablet

June 26, 2015
On Monday, Lake County (Ohio) Sheriff's Deputy Zach Ropos stopped by 9-year-old Gabrielle's lemonade stand while on patrol. When she said she was saving up for a tablet, he bought her one.

Ohio Deputy Surprises 9-Year-Old Running Lemonade Stand With Tablet

June 26, 2015

Lake County (Ohio) Sheriff's Deputy Zach Ropos stopped by 9-year-old Gabrielle's lemonade stand while on patrol in Painesville, Ohio, about 30 miles northeast of Cleveland. When he found out she was saving up to buy a tablet, he bought one for her. More Here.

Cincinnati Assistant Chief Details How Veteran Officer was Killed Last Week

June 25, 2015

Lt. Col. James Whalen told 700WLW Radio's Bill Cunningham that Kim, 48, was the second officer at the scene; a probation officer had arrived and talked to Hummons for a minute, Whalen said, but was waiting for a second officer before getting out of his vehicle. More Here.

Video: Cincinnati Assistant Chief Details How Veteran Officer was Killed Last Week

June 25, 2015
Lt. Col. James Whalen told 700WLW Radio's Bill Cunningham that Kim, 48, was the second officer at the scene; a probation officer had arrived and talked to Hummons for a minute, Whalen said, but was waiting for a second officer before getting out of his vehicle.

Cleveland Officer Can Sue City for Wrongful Suspension Over Facebook Posts

June 25, 2015
U.S. District Judge Christopher Boyko, in an order issued Monday, wrote that Sgt. Johnny Hamm has a "plausible claim for deprivation" of his right to due process, if what Hamm alleges is true. Boyko wrote that the complaint over the Facebook posts was lodged by police Chief Calvin Williams and decided at a disciplinary hearing that was also presided over by the chief.

Cincinnati Officer and Suspect Killed in Exchange of Gunfire

June 19, 2015
Sonny Kim, a 27-year veteran with the Cincinnati Police Department, was shot and killed Friday morning during a shootout in Madisonville, leaving the department in mourning and a neighborhood on edge.

Ohio House Approves Changes to Police Recruit Requirements

June 18, 2015
Ohio would boost the amount of training to become a police officer and require all candidates for law enforcement jobs to have a high school diploma under a legislative proposal.

Tamir Rice Investigation Report Released

June 15, 2015
The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office released a redacted account of the investigation on Saturday. The 224-page report, compiled by Sheriff's Department investigators, offers no determination as to whether the Nov. 22, 2014 shooting was justified.

Judge Finds Probable Cause for Murder Charge Against Officer Who Killed Tamir Rice

June 12, 2015
A Cleveland Municipal Court judge has found probable cause that a Cleveland police officer should face murder and other charges in the death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was holding a replica gun.

Cleveland Chief: Officers Should See Themselves as 'Guardians,' Not 'Warriors'

June 11, 2015
Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams said Wednesday that among the challenges he faces in reforming his department in concert with a federal consent decree is training his officers to view themselves as guardians of the community, rather than warriors.

Cleveland Activists Plan to Bypass Prosecutor, Seek Charges Against Officer in Tamir Rice Shooting

June 9, 2015
The head of the police union that represents Cleveland police blasted the attempt to circumvent the prosecutor. Steve Loomis, president of the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association called the move a dangerous and selfish attempt to "hijack rule of law."

Cleveland Police Union Says Federal Reforms Endanger Officers

May 29, 2015
The head of the Cleveland police department's patrol union said aspects of the agreement that mandates sweeping reforms to the city's police department could put officers in danger.

Cleveland to Overhaul Police Use-of-Force Policy Under Federal Consent Decree

May 26, 2015
Officers will be held to higher standards on unholstering and firing their weapons and no longer will be allowed to use their guns to strike suspects as they would with a baton.

53 Protesters Arrested in Cleveland Officer Acquittal Demonstrations Released

May 25, 2015
Fifty-three men and women arrested Saturday in Cleveland during protests of the acquittal of a Cleveland police officer who faced manslaughter charges from a 2012 shooting have been released from jail.
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