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Diane Menashe Mentioned in <i>Columbus Dispatch</i>: "Who's Who in Push to Reform Columbus Police" Diane Menashe Mentioned in <i>Columbus Dispatch</i>: "Who's Who in Push to Reform Columbus Police"

Diane Menashe Mentioned in Columbus Dispatch: "Who's Who in Push to Reform Columbus Police"

Diane MenasheIce Miller LLP partner Diane Menashe was mentioned in the Columbus Dispatch article, "Who's Who in Push to Reform Columbus Police."

The article included:

CHIEF’S ADVISORY GROUP

This group, announced on June 17, consists of 14 members who will have a direct line of communication with Columbus Police Chief Thomas Quinlan. The group, which was an idea that Quinlan had discussed developing prior to the late-May eruption of the protests, is “designed to allow community stakeholders to have a meaningful way to provide input into strategies, development of community policing practices and an increase in community transparency.”

Members include: Tammy Fournier-Alsaada, an organizer with the People’s Justice Project; Diane Menashe, a prominent local defense lawyer and partner in the firm Ice Miller; Andrew B. Pierce II, an undergraduate student at Ohio State University; Randall Sistrunk, the director of development for Orange Barrel Media; and Aba Azeem, the vice chair of the Create Columbus Commission.


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