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Meeting Name: Law & Public Safety Committee (inactive) Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 3/2/2021 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers, Room 300
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Agenda packet: Agenda Packet Agenda Packet
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202001354 11.ReportREPORT, dated 2/3/2021, submitted by Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, regarding Report on Use of Non-Lethal Force in Riot Control. (SEE REFERENCE DOCUMENT #202000831)Held  Action details Not available
202001680 12.ReportREPORT, dated 10/14/2020, submitted by Paula Boggs Muething, Interim City Manager, regarding Jurisdiction Agreements.Held  Action details Not available
202001725 13.CommunicationCOMMUNICATION, submitted by Councilmember Kearney from Gerhardstein & Branch Law Firm, regarding support for proposed ban on no-knock warrants.Held  Action details Not available
202001974 14.CommunicationCOMMUNICATION, submitted by Vice Mayor Smitherman, from Andy Wilson, Senior Advisor for Criminal Justice Policy, Office of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, regarding the Ohio Revised Code Section that governs law enforcement’s ability to obtain a “no knock” warrant.Held  Action details Not available
202002015 15.MemoMEMO, submitted by Andrew Garth, Interim City Solicitor and Kate Burroughs, Sr. Assistant City Solicitor, from Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, on October 12, 2020, regarding Solicitor’s opinion concerning No Knock Warrants.Held  Action details Not available
202002091 16.ReportREPORT, dated 1/6/2021, submitted by Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, regarding Citizen Complaint Authority Recommendations and CPD Improvement, Report 1. (SEE REFERENCE DOC #202001079)Held  Action details Not available
202002155 17.ReportREPORT, dated 2/3/2021, submitted by Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, regarding Motion to Implement Cincinnati Black United Front and Ohio Justice and Policy Center Recommendations. (SEE REFERENCE DOC #202000774)Held  Action details Not available
202002158 18.ReportREPORT, dated 2/3/2021, submitted by Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, regarding CPD Response to Report on Police Reform and Racial Justice. (SEE REFERENCE DOC #202001895)Held  Action details Not available
202100223 19.CommunicationCOMMUNICATION, submitted by Vice Mayor Smitherman to Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, from Andrew Garth, City Solicitor, Kate Burroughs, Sr. Asst City Solicitor and Mark Manning, Sr. Asst City Solicitor, concerning the Legality of Motion Directing Amendments to Administrative Procedures.Held  Action details Not available
202100646 110.ReportREPORT, dated 2/18/2021, submitted by Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, regarding Special Event Permit Application for HYDE PARK FARMERS MARKET.Held  Action details Not available
202100647 111.ReportREPORT, dated 2/18/2021, submitted by Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, regarding MARIJUANA-ONLY WARNINGS/CITATIONS/ARRESTS MONTHLY REPORT, JANUARY 2021.Filed  Action details Not available
202002154 112.ReportREPORT, dated 2/24/2021, submitted by Paula Boggs Muething, City Manager, regarding CAHOOTS and Differentiated Emergency Response. (See Document #202001077)Filed  Action details Not available
202100850 113.MotionMOTION, submitted by Councilmember Goodin, Vice Mayor Smitherman and Councilmembers Kearney, Sundermann, Landsman and Mann, On December 24, 2020, a BP gas station situated at the corner of West Eighth Street and Pedretti Avenue leaked an estimated 360 gallons of gasoline from one of its aging tanks. The gasoline penetrated sewer lines, affecting residents on Carnation Avenue, Cappel Drive and Hermosa Avenue. Dozens were forced to leave their homes or endure serious restrictions on their indoor activities due to the presence of gasoline fumes. We believe other aging gas stations- many in lower-income neighborhoods- may also have aging tanks which could put our citizens at risk. Accordingly, WE MOVE that the Administration provide a full report regarding the leak and all efforts to remediate it. This report should provide concise information for the affected residents regarding claims they may make to the Metropolitan Sewer District for compensation related to the leak, as well as an outline of the various state and local agencies with jurisdiction over the matter and all efforts (civiAdoptPass Action details Not available
202100878 1 PresentationPRESENTATION, submitted by Vice Mayor Smitherman from Chief Eliot Isaac, CPD entitled Department of Police Budget Presentation.Filed  Action details Not available