How Civilian Police Review Boards Work
Columbus City Council unanimously approved a police contract Monday night that outlines the parameters of a new 11-member civilian review board.
Columbus voters in November 2020 overwhelmingly approved the creation of the board as a check on police power amid nationwide calls for police reform.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, as Columbus’ civilian review board gets off the ground, a look at similar boards operate across the U.S.
- Nicole Dungca, reporter for The Washington Post
- Bethany Bruner, police and crime reporter, The Columbus Dispatch
- Rob Dorans, Columbus City Council member
- The Washington Post: When communities try to hold police accountable, law enforcement fights back
- WOSU: Civilian Review Boards Gain Popularity Among Police Reformers. How Effective Are They?
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