Columbus cops don’t feel like they are on the same team as many city heads.

Last night, the Fraternal Order of Police voted unanimously no confidence in Mayor Ginther, City Council President Zach Klein, or Public Safety Director Ned Pettus.

Unless significant changes are made, cops will continue to feel that the aforementioned leaders are not capable of leading this city, reports The Dispatch.

There is still a sour tastes in the mouths of Cbus cops since the Officer Zachary Rosen ordeal panned out.

Columbus’ police union president Jason Pappas said that when Mayor Rosen denounced Rosen’s actions before a formal investigation was conducted, it showed that Columbus had already made up its mind.


Read about the other items the police voted on at The Dispatch.