Cincinnati Police

Police department
12:29 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

Cincinnati Police release details about fatal officer involved shooting

Roger Ramundo, 32, who was killed during a confrontation with police Wednesday in Clifton
Cincinnati Police Department

Three separate investigations are underway after Cincinnati police officers were involved in a deadly shooting incident Wednesday afternoon in Clifton.  

The situation started with a 911 call from a mental health care provider.  The caller requested officers respond to Clifton and Ludlow Avenues for a person with mental health issues who had a gun.

Interim Police Chief Paul Humphries said 5 officers eventually encountered 32-year-old Roger Ramundo on the back deck of Arlin's Bar and Restaurant on Ludlow near Clifton.  

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Police department
11:31 am
Tue July 23, 2013

Meeting tonight about District 3 police building

Site for new District 3 police buidling at 2300 Ferguson Rd in Westwood
Holly Yurchison WVXU

Cincinnati residents who live in police District 3 are getting a chance to offer their input on what the new police headquarters’ for that area will look like.  

Officials are holding a community meeting Tuesday evening.  

Stakeholders from all neighborhoods in the district are invited to assist with the design and public components of the new facility.  

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Public safety
3:25 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Cincinnati Police changing call response system

Michael Keating Cincinnati Police

Beginning Sunday the Cincinnati Police Department will be changing how it responds to some calls for service in the city.  

Interim Police Chief Paul Humphries said the decision comes after analyzing the department's response history.

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Police department
12:13 pm
Thu June 6, 2013

Cincinnati selects site for new District 3 building

Current District 3 headquarters at 3201 Warsaw Avenue in East Price Hill.
Holly Yurchison WVXU

Cincinnati's city manager said the new location for Police District 3 will be at 2300 Ferguson Road in Westwood.  

Milton Dohoney said in a press release Thursday the site was selected because it's located in one of three high-call neighborhoods, it's available for development, it rated high on constructability and it provides physical accessibility for service to the 14-neighborhoods in District 3.  

The city is paying $325,000 for the site.  

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Focus on Technology
5:31 am
Fri May 31, 2013

3D Laser Scanner aids crash investigators

Cincinnati Police Officer Steven Fox demonstrates the Sokkia Total Station.
WVXU

The faster police clear an accident, the faster you can get moving again. In this week’s Focus on Technology, Ann Thompson reports on new tools increasing the speed and accuracy of documenting police reports.

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