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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu April 10, 2014

CPD Chief Jeffrey Blackwell

Cincinnati Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell
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Cincinnati Edition
8:13 am
Sun January 5, 2014

EXIT 34, The Last Watch of Officer Jason Ellis

WCPO investigative report on Bardstown police officer's ambush
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Crime and the minimum wage
2:03 pm
Tue November 19, 2013

UC study finds higher minimum wage doesn't equal less crime

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati say increasing the minimum wage won't lower crime rates.

When debating the idea of raising the minimum wage, proponents sometimes suggest doing so will cause a decrease in crime. But the team at UC says that's just not the case.

The researchers compared violent and property crime rates in the US from 1977 to 2012 to states that follow the federal minimum wage rate and states with a higher rate.

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Hamilton County Sheriff
12:55 pm
Tue August 13, 2013

Sheriff: Taser use appropriate in overnight incident

Gary Roell
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Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil says deputies who used a Taser early Tuesday morning to subdue a man resisting arrest appear to have followed department protocols.

59-year-old Gary Roell stopped breathing after the incident and was pronounced dead at Bethesda North Hospital.

"These are instances where you are justified in deploying a Taser: in protection of others, including yourself; and to meet the resistance of someone who is not complying, who is resisting arrest, to gain control of the situation," says Neil.

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Police
4:40 am
Tue August 6, 2013

National Night Out with police

The police are looking for you. Not to worry though, they just want to hang out and have a good time.

Tuesday is National Night Out, an event aimed at raising crime prevention awareness and developing partnerships between neighborhoods and police officers. There are 8 mini block parties scheduled for around Cincinnati with free food and drinks.

Police and fire equipment will also be on hand for kids to see up close.

Nationwide, more than 37 million people are expected to participate.

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