The City Council is considering limiting the police use if the no-knock warrants. We see what happened in the Breonna Taylor no-knock situation.
Councilman Chris Seelbach’s motion, if approved, would ban the practice in the city except in the event of an active-shooter, hostage situation, kidnapping, murder, or terrorism.
This includes any Cincinnati police officers participating in no-knock warrant operations run bv task forces and multi-agencv units.
Cincinnati: City Council Consider Limiting Police Use Of No-knock Warrants was originally published on rnbcincy.com