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

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Columbus City Council members are examining how police officers are dispatched and other potential reforms in 2021.

Seventy Four percent of Columbus voters Tuesday approved a charter amendment allowing for the creation of a civilian review board to investigate police misconduct. 

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Reynoldsburg City Council this week approved the creation of a civilian review board to examine police use of force cases. 

A law firm has been examining claims of officer misconduct stemming from interactions between Columbus police and protesters that started during the final weekend of May.

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Columbus City Council last night approved legislation requiring bars and restaurants to close at 10 pm starting tonight due to the covid-19 pandemic. 

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Columbus City Council tonight is expected to hold votes on police reform legislation.  

Columbus officials today announced a charter amendment to establish a civilian police review board and an inspector general for the police division.

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Police brutality protestors were joined in Columbus last night by Mayor Andy Ginther and Police Chief Thomas Quinlan on the sixth consecutive day of demonstrations.  

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After a wave of controversial police-involved shootings, Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther last year created a commission to gather community input on how to make the city's Division of Police more responsive.