Thomas Quinlan CDP Asks Witnesses To Weekend Shootings To Come Forward By Mike Foley • Jul 14, 2020 Columbus City and police officials are asking anyone who witnessed any of the eight weekend shootings in the city to come forward. City Encourages Residents To Email Accounts Of Excessive Force By Police By Mike Foley • Jun 1, 2020 The City of Columbus has established an email to report instances of excessive force by police that took place over the weekend at protests downtown. Quinlan To Head Columbus Division Of Police By Mike Foley • Dec 17, 2019 Foley Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther today named Tom Quinlan as the city's police chief. More Than A Dozen People Apply For Columbus Police Chief By Jim Letizia • Oct 16, 2019 Fifteen people have applied to become the next Columbus police chief. Five Columbus Cops Face Discipline For Roles In Arrest Of Stormy Daniels By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Aug 1, 2019 thedailybeast.com Interim Columbus police chief Tom Quinlan said Wednesday five officers from the now-disbanded vice unit face disciplinary actions for last year's raid on a strip club that resulted in the arrest of porn star Stormy Daniels. CDP Announces New Unit To Handle Vice Crimes By Jim Letizia • Jul 16, 2019 Columbus police have launched a major restructuring. Columbus Police Chief Dissolves Troubled Vice Unit By Alison Holm • Mar 19, 2019 twitter.com Following internal and FBI probes that led to indictments against one officer, interim Columbus Police Chief Tom Quinlan announced Tuesday that he’s dissolving the department’s troubled vice squad. Ginther Appoints Interim Police Chief By Jim Letizia • Jan 23, 2019 columbus.gov/police Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther has appointed an interim police chief as the search for a successor to the retired Kim Jacobs continues. Police Review Says Officer Stomping Suspect Was "Unreasonable" By Alison Holm & Associated Press • May 10, 2017 columbusjcc.org Columbus police officials have concluded the actions of an officer videotaped apparently kicking a prone suspect in the head were "unreasonable", according to a statement released Wednesday afternoon.