'We can't police our way out of this': Cincinnati leaders unveil new plan to combat spike in gun violence

Cincinnati Police Chief Teresa Theetge said at a press conference about the uptick in violence in the city on Thursday that overtime funds have been set aside to increase police visibility in all 52 of Cincinnati's neighborhoods. The department is also increasing mobile unit patrols on bikes in areas where there is an increase in violent crime. SWAT and Civil Disturbance Response Team (CDRT) will also be utilized in highly populated areas every weekend throughout the summer starting this weekend. These areas include The Banks and Main Street.