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Cincinnati Cops Won’t Respond to Assaults or Breaking and Entering

The new post-apocalyptic world is really something.

While criminals are released from prison, local police forces announce that they won’t respond to even serious crimes or make arrests. Meanwhile gun shops are being closed as non-essential. Which pandemic handbook including a chapter on Escape From New York?

Or, in this case, Cincinnati.

 Cincinnati police officers will no longer respond in person to the following reports: criminal damaging, dog bites, lost property, lost or stolen license plates, phone harassment, property damage or found property.

Police will no longer respond to assault reports, unless a suspect is still present or the victim requires medical attention, breaking and entering reports unless a suspect is still present, menacing reports “unless suspect is expected or threatens to return or is part of the elements of domestic violence” or theft reports “where there is no possibility of immediate apprehension.”

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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