Early changes to cruisers, uniforms go beyond visibility, says Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell

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The early changes Cincinnati Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell has implemented reflect what he’s learned over the course of his first 50 days on the job, and, he says, the changes aren’t for only for maximizing efficiency but to fulfill promises of vibrant community engagement and increased police transparency.


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