DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The City of Dayton published a special web page to help residents prepare for the planned May 25 rally involving a KKK-affiliated group from Indiana.
The web page includes answers to frequently asked questions, new updates, and links to events and activities held by community groups as ways to say, “Dayton is United Against Hate.”
The police department is asking anyone who sees someone in need of medical attention or a life-threatening emergency on this day to call 911. To report suspicious activity, you are asked to call 333-COPS or 225-HELP.
City officials are ultimately urging the community to avoid the downtown area on May 25, however, the City has implemented many training and operational initiatives as preparation for possible emergencies and large demonstration.
To visit the new web page, click here.