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Justice and Jobs in Greater Cleveland

Justice and Jobs in Greater Cleveland

Friday, November 18, 2016
On November 17, 2016, 1,300 GCC members and guests packed Olivet Institutional Baptist Church to make major progress for Justice and Jobs in Greater Cleveland. County Prosecutor-elect O'Malley announced his plans on how he will address overcharging, institute a civil rights division in his office, carry out independent investigation/prosecution in police lethal force cases, and expand drug court. In addition, he and Presiding Judge Russo agreed to spearhead a team to build two mental health crisis triage centers in Greater Cleveland to keep our mentally ill in treatment, not jail. Many public officials were there Thursday who committed to join this team. We also announced our goal of created 1,000 living wage jobs in Cleveland over the next three years by working with public and corporate leaders.
 
 
 
 
 

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