Cincinnati Monitors Help Cops Control Violence

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When a police suspect shot himself in Cincinnati on Monday night, prompting angry neighbors to begin shooting at police, the officers didn’t fire back. Instead, reports the Cincinnati Enquirer, they called for help – from neighborhood monitors with the city’s Human Relations Commission. One was Hilliard Herring, the long-time manager of the neighborhood community center.
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