City to give update on Elkhart police review

Elkhart Truth file photoElkhart police officers Cory Newland and Joshua Titus punched a handcuffed suspect to the ground at the Elkhart Police Station on Jan. 12, 2018. The mayor and chief of police will give an update Friday on the review of the department that began earlier this year.

ELKHART — Mayor Tim Neese and Police Chief Chris Snyder will update the public Friday on the independent review of the Elkhart Police Department that began after revelations of police brutality in 2018.

Neese and Snyder, who was appointed in January after the previous chief resigned following the revelations, will hold a press conference at 10 a.m. Friday at the Police Department.

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correction

Given Mr. Rays long disturbing track record, how does this lack of management not require any accountability, especially as president of the FOP. Bet he wishes he could sleep all day at the High School with Bias....

pitbullrescuer

That is because he never reached out to people with experience. He wanted people that would rubber stamp things for Snider. Instead of people that would stand up and do the right thing

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