Greensboro Police Pull Out of RNC, Cleveland Cries Foul

Greensboro Police Pull Out of RNC, Cleveland Cries FoulThe Greensboro Police Department in North Carolina has rescinded its offer to send 50 police officers to Cleveland in July to help secure the Republican National Convention, citing a lack of workers’ compensation insurance provided by the city for visiting officers, as well as staffing challenges and a failure of logistics and planning for the large-scale event. Lt. Brian James, Greensboro deputy chief of police, told ABC News that police administrators in other jurisdictions have also expressed a lack of confidence in Cleveland and its preparedness for the upcoming event. “Police work is dangerous by nature.

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