Cleveland consent decree Morning Headlines: Cleveland Police Near End of Use-of-Force Training; Aleris Corp Acquisition Fails By Amanda Rabinowitz & Philip de Oliveira • Nov 14, 2017 TIM EVANSON / WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, November 14th: Lawsuit Presses Cleveland for Records of Officer Discipline in 2010 Case By M.L. Schultze • Oct 24, 2017 CHANDRA LAW FIRM A family who settled a lawsuit with Cleveland police a year ago has filed a new complaint, accusing the city of sitting on information about the discipline of the officers involved in the incident. WKSU’s M.L. Schultze has more. ACLU of Ohio Wants Cleveland To Reaffirm Its Commitment to Police Reform By Mitch Felan • May 24, 2017 TIM EVANSON / WIKIMEDIA COMMONS The ACLU of Ohio is asking Cleveland to recommit to the promises made in a 2015 consent decree to reform the Police Department. This Friday marks two years since the agreement was signed. Last month, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered the review of every police reform agreement in the country. Regardless of AG Sessions, Cleveland Says It Will Keep Reforming Its Troubled Police Department By Kevin Niedermier • Apr 4, 2017 U.S GOVERNMENT Cleveland’s agreement with the Justice Department to reform the city’s police force is one of 14 across the country U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to review. Sessions says such consent decrees taint entire police departments because of a few bad cops. But as WKSU’s Kevin Niedermier reports, Cleveland officials believe the 2015 agreement remains the best path to real reform.