Cleveland police released a list of all police officers disciplined in last November's police pursuit
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has released interviews with some of the police officers involved in the fatal Nov. 29, 2012 police ...
Jeff Fullmer, CPPA president, said today's announcement was designed to appease concerned and outspoken citizens.
The City of Cleveland says the hearing process will begin immediately for officers involved in a pursuit last November that ended in the fatal shooting of two people.
Some things changed - some didn't after Cleveland police chase.
Mayor Frank Jackson is criticizing Attorney General Mike DeWine's handling of the state's investigation into a deadly police chase and shooting last November.
For the families of Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell, this was a day they've been waiting for.
1 supervisor fired and 2 others demoted in connection with police chase and shooting.
Examining police supervisor punishment is Brian Betley, President of the Cleveland Fraternal Order of Police
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