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After weeks of protests against police brutality and clashes between demonstrators and the division, Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther is calling for "significant, substantial and swift" changes in policing, including the long-debated civilian review board.  

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No arrests or property damage are reported out of the 15th straight day of police brutality protests in Columbus on Thursday. 

The group that's been reviewing Columbus Division of Police recruitment, training, policies, and procedures has released its recommendations, including a call for an independent civilian review board. 

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Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther today named Tom Quinlan as the city's police chief. 

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The Columbus Community Safety Advisory Commission is asking for the creation of a civilian review board for Columbus Police.  

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An independent report of Columbus Division of Police operations has revealed disparities in the way residents and officers within the division experience policing.

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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. 

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Speaking at Washington Gladden Social Justice Park, faith leaders today continued their call for a change in culture within the Columbus police division. 

A group of nearly 30 black Columbus faith leaders is calling on Mayor Andy Ginther to make changes to the Columbus Division of Police because of racial discrimination.  

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The City of Columbus will purchase a 685 thousand dollar piece of crime fighting technology.  

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Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther has announced the members of the city’s safety commission.