Just days ago Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther made history by appointing Elaine Bryant as Chief of the Columbus Police Department. Bryant comes to Columbus with a 21-year career and will be the first black woman to hold this position in the capital city.
Chief Bryant sat down with Urban One’s Stowe and talked about her plans for the city of Columbus, how she became a police officer, raising her black sons, what she needs from the people of Columbus, and more. Watch this exclusive interview below.
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[WATCH] Urban One Exclusive Interview with New Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant was originally published on mycolumbusmagic.com