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Key Takeaways from City Council’s Reimagining Safety Resident Engagement Report

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Key Takeaways from City Council’s Reimagining Safety Resident Engagement Report

Columbus City Council shared its final report highlighting the results of its public safety engagement efforts over the last few months. More than 4,000 residents responded to an online survey, multiple focus groups, and town hall discussions facilitated by the Saunders PR Group this winter to gauge the thoughts and opinions of residents regarding public […]

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Adam Coy Arrested, Indicted in Shooting Death of Andre Hill

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Adam Coy Arrested, Indicted in Shooting Death of Andre Hill

Former Columbus police officer Adam Coy has been arrested and indicted in the fatal shooting of Andre Hill, the unarmed Black man shot and killed in the early morning of Dec. 22, 2020. Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced on Wednesday, Feb. 3, the charges against Coy, a 19-year veteran with the department. The charges […]

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Council to Take Up ‘Andre’s Law,’ CPD to Get $4.5M Body Camera Upgrade

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Council to Take Up ‘Andre’s Law,’ CPD to Get $4.5M Body Camera Upgrade

Columbus City Council will take up Andre’s Law, a law proposed by the family of Andre Hill, the 47-year-old Black man shot by a Columbus police officer in December. Mayor Andrew Ginther announced in a Thursday media briefing the taking up of the law by the city, which would require changes to the Columbus City […]

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Columbus Gears Up for Armed Protests This Weekend

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus Gears Up for Armed Protests This Weekend

Updated 01/15/2021: This article has been updated to include information on City of Columbus Downtown campus closures. Coming just over a week after the insurrection that took place at the U.S. Capitol, and the FBI warning of more armed, pro-Trump protests planned in all 50 states ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, local […]

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Family and Community Call For Justice During Vigil for Andre’ Hill

Anne Evans Anne Evans Family and Community Call For Justice During Vigil for Andre’ Hill

Tonight, hundreds gathered outside of the Brentnell Community Recreation Center in Columbus in honor of Andre’ Hill, the unarmed Black man shot and killed by a Columbus Police officer in the early morning of December 22, 2020. The family’s attorneys made calls for justice for Hill, for support of his daughter Karissa and her children, and for rallying […]

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Police Chief Quinlan Recommends Termination of Officer Adam Coy

Anne Evans Anne Evans Police Chief Quinlan Recommends Termination of Officer Adam Coy

As a result of the inappropriate action taken by Columbus Police Officer Adam Coy on the early morning of December 22, 2020, resulting in the death of Andre’ Hill, a 47-year-old Black man, Chief of Police Thomas Quinlan has recommended the termination of Coy from the police force. In a video statement released tonight, Chief […]

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Civilian Review Board Issue Formally Launches Campaign

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Civilian Review Board Issue Formally Launches Campaign

The campaign to create a Civilian Review Board in the City of Columbus has officially launched. Columbus Issue 2 will establish a Civilian Police Review Board and create an Inspector General for the Columbus Division of Police that will conduct independent investigations into police misconduct. “Issue 2 will hold law enforcement accountable and puts power […]

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