Violent and property crime is down in the city’s most historic neighborhood, despite stubborn perceptions.
By 2016, there will be 140 new police officers infused into the ranks, and the police department is adding two more supervisors to help…
The city finished 2014 with fewer killings, shootings and an overall drop in violent crime.
Norbert Nadel, 75, is required to retire at the end of this year because the constitution mandates no one can be appointed or elected a judge…
Police use of force -- especially in minority communities -- will be among the issues to watch for in law enforcement in 2015.
With all the focus on race and policing, and being a black police chief in a city that’s experienced its share of racial tensions, WCPO…
Hamilton County jail officials still don’t know how an inmate got heroin after he was found dead from overdosing on the drug.
Surrounded by a supportive team of social workers, treatment specialists, psychiatrists and a judge, the Kippenbergs are hopeful for the…
Cincinnati police ready to implement a full-scale body camera program after a pilot period was launched in May.
The large Club Back and Hamer gang operated in an atypical structure of most gangs, a trend local commanders said is increasingly becoming the norm.
Convicted juvenile court judge Tracie Hunter will not get a new trial.
The Cincinnati police’s plan of action was vastly different to the police response in Ferguson, Missouri, and the riots here in 2001,…