More Than 100 Nominated for Nashville Police Oversight Board; Mayor Adds His Picks - Articles

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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Dec 18, 2018
Nashville Mayor David Briley named his two nominees for the new Community Oversight Board, which will provide citizen oversight of police. The Tennessean reports. Briley chose Phyllis Hildreth, an administrator at American Baptist College, and Bob Cooper, former Tennessee Attorney General. The city had received more than 100 public nominations leading up to today's deadline for submissions. The Metro Council will take up the slate of nominees to choose the 11-member panel next month.