Cincinnati Cops To Re-Vote On Participating In Collaborative Agreement Update

Jul 28, 2017


Cincinnati police union members will vote a second time on whether they'll be involved in updating the city's Collaborative Agreement to reform law enforcement. 

Fraternal Order of Police leaders say less than ten-percent of their members recently voted to back out of talks to refresh the plan, following complaints against an investigative officer who testified in the Ray Tensing trial. This time, all union members, except for retirees, will be urged to cast ballots.