City of Cleveland takes New Direction on Missing Persons and Sex Crime Investigations

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Today marks a new era for how missing persons and sex crimes are investigated in the City of Cleveland. Mayor Frank G. Jackson along with Law Director Robert Triozzi; Public Safety Director Martin L. Flask; Police Chief Michael McGrath; Community Relations Director Blaine Griffin and members of the Special Commission on Missing Persons and Sex Crime Investigations – City of Cleveland Assistant Director of Public Safety, Mary Bounds; Executive Director of the Rape Crisis Center, Megan O’Bryan; and Attorney-at-Law with the firm of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, Teresa Beasley – announced recommendations that will ultimately help guide the city’s policies and procedures on how missing persons and sex crimes are investigated and handled.

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