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Hamilton County Sheriff's deputies are still working without body cameras, even though a plan to purchase them was approved earlier this year.

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The Cincinnati Police Department is continuing work on security plans for the various Pride week activities, culminating with a parade and festival. 

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Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said charges will not be filed against an off-duty police officer in the death of a bank robber.

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Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac offers thoughts and prayers to the Frost family but defends the off-duty police officer who shot and killed 20-year old Terry Frost.

As of December 31, 2013, the National Crime Information Center’s Missing Person File contained more than 84,000 active missing person records. And according to the National Institute of Justice, there are an estimated 40,000 unidentified human remains in the offices of the nation's medical examiners and coroners or were buried or cremated before being identified.

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The members of the Cincinnati Police Department's latest recruit class are halfway through their 26-week training program.  They are scheduled to graduate on July 1.

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The Cincinnati Police Department is working to tighten its policies on some overtime for its officers.

The city's Internal Audit department recently completed a review of some of the police department's discretionary overtime, which must be pre-approved by a supervisor. The goal was to determine if the overtime was properly managed, authorized and approved.

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Cincinnati Police say there's a federal indictment in an incident where shots were fired at a downtown skyscraper. 

In January 2015, Rayshawn Herald allegedly shot at the Great American Tower on at least four different nights.  He was arrested after a separate shootout in Mount Auburn in May. 

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Cincinnati's mayor and police chief say they believe the fatal shooting of a man in Cheviot Wednesday was justified. 

Paul Gaston, 37, was reportedly waving a gun around before crashing a truck on Harrison Avenue.

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Many think of child sex trafficking as a problem in some foreign countries, but it also exists here. Ohio is ranked among the worst for child sex trafficking in the United States, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer and a report from the Ohio Attorney General’'s office.

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