Civic leaders are determined to make sure the city’s economic upswing is not interrupted by possible violence.
President says military equipment can give police departments the feel of an occupying army.
Nine months after riot police quelled protests in Ferguson, Mo., the president is banning the federal government from distributing some military-style equipment, including armored vehicles and firearms, to local law enforcement.
Official investigation into the shooting remains ongoing
A softer community-policing ethos has inoculated the city from the kind of protests that rocked Baltimore.
The 12-year-old boy shot to death by Cleveland police in November still hasn’t been buried.
“The incident has shattered the life of the Rice family,” a new court filing stated.
In Baltimore, New York and Washington, police have already backed away from “zero tolerance.”
Mayhem in his hometown poses a new challenge for the former mayor and likely White House hopeful.