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Police reform measures begin in Akron

Season 2022 Episode 38 | 26m 46s

Akron City Council this week passed Mayor Dan Horrigan’s plan to create a civilian police review board. The mayor’s plan calls for the creation of an 11-member board that will provide input on police training and policies. Cleveland and the federal monitor overseeing the implementation of its consent decree have differing views on the progress that has been made since 2015.

Aired: 09/29/22
Extras
Cleveland budget hearings zero in on public safety vacancies and officer recruitment.
Ex-execs Chuck Jones and Michael Dowling and former PUCO chair Sam Randazzo deny charges.
The city this week passed a policy overhaul referred to as “Renters First.”
The Ohio Senate voted to override vetoes on HB 68 and one involving flavored tobacco.
A bipartisan bill proposed in Columbus would create pilot programs to pay students.
The grand jury returned a no-bill decision against Brittany Watts, 34, of Warren.
House Bill 68 bans gender-affirming care for transgender youth.
We discuss some of the biggest stories of the year including statewide issue votes.
Cuyahoga County Council approved a sales tax extension in a special meeting this week.
The statute passed by voters is now on the books, but changes are likely coming soon.
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Cleveland budget hearings zero in on public safety vacancies and officer recruitment.
Ex-execs Chuck Jones and Michael Dowling and former PUCO chair Sam Randazzo deny charges.
The city this week passed a policy overhaul referred to as “Renters First.”
The Ohio Senate voted to override vetoes on HB 68 and one involving flavored tobacco.
A bipartisan bill proposed in Columbus would create pilot programs to pay students.
The grand jury returned a no-bill decision against Brittany Watts, 34, of Warren.
House Bill 68 bans gender-affirming care for transgender youth.
We discuss some of the biggest stories of the year including statewide issue votes.
Cuyahoga County Council approved a sales tax extension in a special meeting this week.
The statute passed by voters is now on the books, but changes are likely coming soon.