Steve Conrad's previously unreported statements shed light on his view of the viral stop of Tae-Ahn Lea in the city's Algonquin neighborhood in 2018.
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In a Monday morning news conference, Fischer said he views the job posting as an opportunity for the city to obtain a police chief who is focused on reform.
The internal audit was requested in 2018 by the Metro Council following acknowledged abuses by the police department from officers of $1.2 million in overtime funds the city gave police in December 2016 to boost patrols in high-crime areas.
Starting on Thursday, Louisville residents will have a new option to voice their opinions on what kind of characteristics a new Louisville Metro Police Chief should have.
Louisville police didn't use the body cameras when they shot and killed Taylor in her apartment on March 13, prompting changes that now require them when serving search warrants.
Attorney Sam Aguiar requested body camera footage for any officers who “attempted to locate” Det. Brett Hankison, communicated with Hankison or “recovered evidence removed from the scene” by the detective.
"There seems nothing there to suggest that Ms. Taylor's home should have been the subject of a 'no-knock' warrant," attorney Ben Crump said. Mayor Greg Fischer said, "We all want to get ... to the truth."
The release of inmates during a global pandemic comes as Louisville faces a “pandemic of a significant increase in violent crime,” Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad said earlier this week.
The chief found that former Det. Kevin Crawford, who resigned while under investigation, committed “no policy violations" during the controversial stop
LMPD Chief Steve Conrad said the officer shot the man after he pulled a gun.