Federal monitoring team gives insight into first report on Cleveland police reform plan

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CLEVELAND, Ohio-- They are the group of people in charge of overseeing widespread reforms within the Cleveland Police Department. Their budget over five years is close to $5 million.
But, chances are you may have never of- or from- the federal monitoring team that is reporting on progress within the police department back to a federal judge. Recently, the team issued its first progress report, and several members sat down for an extraordinary, 90-minute on-the-record session with a few select reporters, including FOX 8 I-Team reporter Bill Sheil.
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