April 28th Back to Back: Lt. Col. Bailey and Pastor Tait

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Lt. Col. David Bailey, Cincinnati Police Department, Robert Rack, Beyond Civility Co-Founder, David Singleton, Ohio Justice and Policy Center, Patti Foster, Moderator, and Pastor Ennis Tait, Church of the Living God

Assistant Cincinnati Police Chief Lt. Col. David Bailey and Pastor Ennis Tait of Church of the Living God and the Faith Community Alliance of Greater Cincinnati took on the challenge of speaking from the other’s perspective on police and African-American community relations. Speaking on issues of race and policing until the other said, “I couldn’t have said it better myself,” Lt. Col. Bailey and Pastor Tait touched on fear, safety, the Collaborative Agreement, and trepidations on both sides as the city moves forward.