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Chief Craig Takes On Cincinnati's Challenges

James Craig is the first chief hired from outside the ranks of the Cincinnati, Ohio police department and the city's first African-American police chief. Craig spent 28 years working with the Los Angeles police department, and spent the last two years as chief of police in Portland, Maine.
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