University of Cincinnati says 3 finalists for police chief

CINCINNATI (AP) — The University of Cincinnati says it has narrowed its search for a new police chief to three finalists less than a year after a former campus police officer was charged with murder in the fatal shooting of motorist during a traffic stop.

Officer Ray Tensing has pleaded not guilty in the fatal shooting in July of motorist Samuel DuBose. Tensing was subsequently fired.

The campus police chief at the time of the shooting resigned in February after interviews conducted by a consultant found managerial mistakes.

The Cincinnati Enquirer ( ) reports the finalists for chief include Oregon State University Public Safety Director Denson Chatfield Jr, Ohio State University Police Deputy Chief Craig Stone and Anthony Carter. Carter is chief of law enforcement at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland in Cincinnati.


Information from: The Cincinnati Enquirer,

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