City & DOJ Agree on Blueprint for Policing Reform

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The city of Cleveland has agreed to reform its police procedures after a blistering U.S. Justice Department report accusing police here of being too quick to use force, including deadly force. What changes will the consent decree announced Tuesday bring and how will those changes play out in the current climate of police mistrust among many in the black community? Discussion, and your take, Wednesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.

Consent decree summary

Guests: 

Craig M. Boise, dean, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, CSU

Subodh Chandra, former Cleveland law director

Julia Shearson, Collaborative for a Safe, Fair and Just Cleveland

Mark Urycki, ideastream reporter

 

 

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