Police Officer Adrienne Brown was exonerated of any wrongdoing by an internal investigation Wednesday, after an alleged rape victim claimed the officer arrested her instead of helping her. Brown was only disciplined for playing music in a police cruiser, which is against protocol.
Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell and Mayor John Cranley will attend a Department of Justice Forum next week, touting the city’s progress on policing and minority community relations.
Crime pays. Just ask police. Cincinnati police have seized about $9 million since 2008 using forfeiture laws.
Mamadou Diop arrived in the states 13 years ago, seeking a better life for his family. Diop couldn’t cobble together more than a few words of English when he first arrived, but did know how to drive a car.
The practice of shackling juveniles when they appear in a courtroom is the standard procedure in Butler, Hamilton and Warren counties, but the ACLU wants to see that change.
From March 2012 to March 2013, the year prior to the casino opening, there were a total of 38 crimes reported in the area surrounding the casino. In the last year since it opened, there were a total of 32 non-casino related crimes reported.
Cincinnati Police said its investigation into the Greenpeace high-wire, stunt protest at Procter and Gamble headquarters is closed, police said Friday.
Procter & Gamble says it is improving security after a simple entry set off an elaborate, well-orchestrated demonstration on the company's downtown towers.
White death, as it's called, is an inconvenient reality.
Fire department officials hope to end brownouts and drastically reduce overtime spending by year’s end thanks to an $8 million federal grant.
Does the Cincinnati Police Department look like the community it serves? Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell says not quite.
While crime around the University of Cincinnati has been decreasing for years, a string of violent incidents in recent weeks has again brought attention to safety issues around the urban campus.
Cincinnati police officers had no choice but to shoot and kill a man who confronted them with a rifle Monday morning, officials said.
The investigation discovered that members of the gang distributed narcotics, mainly heroin, and that members of different gangs acted together on numerous occasions to commit organized thefts, burglaries and robberies.
Authorities arrested a man in connection with last month’s double homicide in Avondale yesterday in North Carolina.
As WCPO police reporter Kareem Elgazzar followed Cincinnati Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell around for a few days, it was tough for him to tell if he was talking to a police chief or an academic.
City leaders announced a plan to virtually end fire department brownouts and boost staffing on Sunday.
As the city plans for its largest crop of new police officers to hit the street by 2015, in the short-term, the police department will lean on seasoned veterans from around Ohio to accommodate the immediate needs of fighting violent crime.
Seventy-five people were slain in Cincinnati in 2013, giving it the distinction of having the highest rate of homicide when compared to similar sized cities in the region.