CC4QPCommunity Coalition for ​Quality Policing (Milwaukee, WI)

Alphonse Gerhardstein, Attorney & Partner, Gerhardstein & Branch Co., LPA.,
testified before President Obama’s 21st Century Policing Task Force, and was the principal author of the Cincinnati Collaborative Agreement between the City of Cincinnati, the police union, and the community.

Creating a Safer City: Community Dialogue Series

"The Benefits of Problem-Oriented Policing & Lessons Learned in Cincinnati, Ohio."

When: 7 pm, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016    

Where: Rubenstein Pavilion, Jewish Home & Care Center, 1410 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202

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Iris Roley, Project Manager for Black United Front, lead complaintant in lawsuit against Cincinnati, Ohio, led effort to collect the testimonies of over 3,500 African-Americans who said they had been victims of police brutality, racial profiling or misconduct, contributor to Cincinnati Collaborative Agreement, member of Cincinnati’s Chief of Police External Advisory Board.

Kathy Harrell, Past President of the Fraternal Order of Police Queen City Lodge #69 and Cincinnati Police Officer.

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