OH Faith and Community Leaders Urge Mayor Ginther to Hire a Police Chief with a Reputation for Fairness, Decency

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April 5, 2019

 

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OH Faith and Community Leaders Urge Mayor Ginther to Hire a Police Chief with a Reputation for Fairness, Decency

 

Columbus, OH --  On Monday, April 8th at 3:30 p.m., faith and community leaders will gather at the New Faith Baptist Church of Christ to thank the City of Columbus for appointing prominent Columbus clergy to the national search committee for a new police chief, call on Mayor Ginther to hire a new Assistant Safety Director for Equal Employment Opportunity, and call for the hiring of a new police chief who will fairly and equitably serve and protect every person in Columbus.

 

WHAT:

Press conference with Columbus clergy and community leaders


WHEN:

Monday, April 8th, at 3:30 p.m.

 

WHERE:

New Faith Baptist Church of Christ

955 Oak St. Columbus, OH 43205

 

WHO:

Dawn Tyler Lee, Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of Mayor Andrew Ginther, City of Columbus

Rev. Dr. Eric Brown, Woodland Christian Church - Member of Search Committee for Assistant Safety Director for Equal Employment Opportunity

Rev. Dr. Jeffrey P. Kee, New Faith Baptist Church of Christ - Member of Search Committee for Chief of Police

Sister Gemma Doll, Dominican Sisters of Peace

Paisha Thomas, Ohio Poor People’s Campaign


 

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