Columbus Police Train at Holocaust Museum
Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs led 56 Columbus police officers to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, where they learned how easy it was for German police to collaborate with the Nazi regime. The Museum’s program “Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust,” is designed to help law enforcement officers better understand their personal and professional responsibilities in a free and pluralistic society. The trip was funded by the Columbus Jewish Foundation’s Social Justice Endowment and the Columbus Police Foundation. Accompanying the group was Foundation Trustee and clinical psychologist Dr. Hilda Glazer ED.D.