Cincinnati councilman Cecil Thomas, chair of the Public Safety Committee, is introducing a motion to install metal detectors at City Hall.
Thomas says the current security protocol,
signing a ledger, does not deter violence.
"Anyone could carry a weapon into
City Hall," Thomas said in a media release. "As such, the current security protocol used to prevent weapons being
brought into City Hall is inadequate."
The Public Safety Committee is scheduled to meet again on Jan. 8 at 2 p.m.
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