Claims police morale is at an all-time low.
(Cleveland) - The Cleveland Police Patrolmens' Association has renewed its call for Police Chief Michael McGrath to step down.
During a news conference Wednesday, CPPA President Jeff Follmer says the rank and file no longer has confidence in McGrath's ability to lead.
This comes in the aftermath of Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine's report in the shooting deaths of police chase suspect Timothy Russell and passenger Malissa Williams.
Follmer previously told Newsradio WTAM 1100's Bob Frantz that McGrath failed to support the officers involved immediately after the incident. Follmer says things are at an "all-time" low right now throughout the department.
Follmer says there are a number of deputy chiefs and commanders who would make a great police chief.
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