By Associated Press - Thursday, June 2, 2016

CINCINNATI (AP) - A law enforcement veteran has been named to head the University of Cincinnati police force, which has undergone changes in the aftermath of an officer’s fatal shooting last summer of a motorist after a traffic stop near campus.

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports ( ) the university has appointed Anthony Carter as its police chief. The 34-year law enforcement veteran begins June 20.

Carter is chief of law enforcement at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland in Cincinnati.

The university also named Maris Herold, a veteran of the Cincinnati Police Department, as assistant chief.

Officer Ray Tensing has pleaded not guilty in the fatal shooting last July of motorist Samuel DuBose. Tensing was subsequently fired.

The campus police chief at the time of the shooting resigned in February.


Information from: The Cincinnati Enquirer,

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