Cleveland Police Chief Forms Unity Circle After RNC Protests

Cleveland's Public Square has been the scene of tense protests during the Republican convention.

Cleveland's police chief formed this circle to bring protesters together.

"We see all the shootings," Joseph Offut said. "We see all the bad stuff. No more of that — show something positive. Let's send a positive message out there from Cleveland."

This was just a few blocks from the Republican convention. 

Cleveland police have worked to separate opposing protesters. But Chief Calvin Williams hopes to show a positive side of Cleveland.

Music provided courtesy of APM Music.

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