Cincinnati Cops Want Out of Reform Agreement

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http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/04/30/loc_fop30.html Cincinnati’s police union wants to get out of a historic agreement on police reform, saying its officers shouldn’t have to work with an attorney who sues them and a biased federal judge, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. More than 200 officers voted unanimously Monday night to withdraw from the collaborative. Fraternal Order of Police Vice
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