Ohio Protesters Say Police Aren't Following Their Own Crowd Control Guidelines
Police departments around the country are under new scrutiny since the killing of George Floyd. That includes the department in Columbus, Ohio. Every officer-in-training in Ohio is taught how to control a crowd, including exercising restraint and using the minimum amount of lawful force.
But when protesters came out in Columbus after the death of Floyd, critics say police did not follow the rulebook on acceptable behavior.
WOSU’s Paige Pfleger reports.
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