Olmsted Falls police hire interim deputy chief to focus on discipline: I-Team

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OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio– The city of Olmsted Falls hired a former Cleveland police supervisor as an interim deputy chief, the FOX 8 I-Team learned on Wednesday.

Olmsted Falls hired Bill Traine to focus on police protocol and discipline. He served as a supervisor in a variety of units for the Cleveland Division of Police before retiring.

The I-Team reported officers in Olmsted Falls are under investigation for misusing police computers. They’re accused of browsing the Internet or watching programs instead of patrolling.

The mayor told us one supervisor there retired after being confronted about the issue. Several other officers could face discipline.

Traine will work part-time in Olmsted Falls.

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