Columbus Voters To Decide On Creation Of Police Civilian Review Board
Columbus voters will decide on Nov. 3 whether to amend the city’s charter to enable a civilian review board.
It is the only large metropolitan area in the country without one. But not all civilian review boards are the same.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: The pros and cons of civilian review boards, as it pertains to Issue 2.
- Jamie Smith Hopkins, reporter, The Center for Public Integrity
- Nick Bankston, chairman, Issue 2 campaign
- Mir Usman Ali, assistant professor of public policy, University of Maryland Baltimore County
- Tom Thompson, retired assistant police chief, Miamisburg
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