Police departments are supposed to tell prosecutors when one of their officers has lied. That doesn't always happen.
Elmwood Place has hired police officers who were fired or forced to resign from other departments.
The 40th, and final, Shop With a Cop brought together police from around Greater Cincinnati to build bridges.
The I-Team gathered 27,000 pages, 21 hours of video for its police discipline series.
FC Cincinnati's stadium plan just passed a crucial hurdle: A City Council committee agreed to spend up to $37 million for…
The council voted unanimously Sunday night to reject a key provision of Mayor John Cranley's plan.
There have been plenty of claims, assumptions and questions ever since FC Cincinnati General Manager Jeff Berding announced the club would…
When the Cincinnati Police Department recently decided to use drones, investigators saw a chance to save money. They'll end up saving you…
A 9 On Your Side I-Team investigation found some small communities have a history of hiring disgraced cops that other departments have fired.
A grant from the U.S. Justice Department will pay for 15 new Cincinnati police officers for three years.
Local law enforcement leaders agree: High-speed pursuits are one of the most dangerous actions an officer can take, but policy and discipline…
Sharonville Police Chief Aaron Blasky will resign Dec. 1, after spending three months on paid leave amid a personnel investigation.
City Manager Harry Black's late-night phone call to a union president won't lead to any criminal charges.
The I-Team’s review revealed 20 social media violations across 11 departments, with disciplinary action ranging from written reprimand…
Mitch Morris wants for Avondale what any person wants for their neighborhood: a place parents can send their kids to school or to the corner…
If the city of Cincinnati has its way, a federal judge will toss out Police Capt. Jeff Butler's lawsuit -- and never let him file it again.
WCPO's database summarizes more than 2,600 disciplinary actions by 39 local police departments.
An ex-supervisor suing Cincy made sexist and racist comments in the workplace, according to one of his employees.
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