Mother Of Man Killed By Police Among Civilian Review Board Applicants

Jan 20, 2021

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The Columbus Mayor's Office has received over 200 applications for seats on the new Columbus Civilian Review Board.  

The deadline to apply was last Friday, and city officials say they want the board to be seated before the end of March.  Some of the applicants include retired Columbus Police Chief Walter Distelzweig, attorney Byron Potts, Civilian Review Board Work Group member Kyle Strickland and Adrienne Hood, the mother of Henry Green, a black man killed by undercover white police officers in 2016.