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2016 Ohio Drug Law Enforcement Fund Recommended for Funding

2017 Violence Against Women Act Culturally Specific Set-Aside Request for Proposals

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Ohio Awards Certification to the Ross Township Police Department and Carey Police Department.
Ohio Awards Certification to the Youngstown State University Police Department for Adopting Standards
Ohio Awards Certification to the Goshen Township Police Department for Adopting Standards
Ohio Awards Certification to the Strongsville Police Department, Kelleys Island Police Department and Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Police.
Director of the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC) discusses Ohio's crucial role in the national fight against illegal drugs
OCJS Executive Director Moore Discusses Community-Police Relations on "In Focus" Talk Show
Students, community members meet for conversation with police

Honor the Badge: 'Books with Badges'
Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board to Meet in Cleveland on May 22
Ohio Awards Certification to the: Pike County Sheriff's Office, Village of Butler Police Department, Russell Township Police Departmen, Sebring Police Department and Felicity Police Department.
Massillon police handing out 'cop cards' to improve community relations

Ohio Awards Certification to the: Pike County Sheriff's Office, Fairport Harbor Police Department, Hancock County Sheriff's Office, Minster Police Department and Parma Police Department.
Ohio Awards Certification to the: Pike County Sheriff's Office, Chillicothe Police Department, Sheffield Lake Police Department, Kent Police Department, and Mayfield Village Police Department.
Ohio Awards Certification to the: Perry Township Police Department and Meigs County Sheriff's Office.

Ohio Governor to Discuss Police-Community Relations

New Ohio Collaborative aims to improve police-community relations

Law Enforcement Agencies Adopting Statewide Standards
When to shoot standard for police across Hamilton County
AP News: Ohio governor to discuss police-community relations

Students, police talk race relations and policing
Four out of Five Ohioans Enjoy Protections of Community-Police Standards

Ohio officials encouraged by police standards participation

Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2017

Ohio Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Month 2017

Crime Victims' Rights Week 2017
Law Enforcement Certification 2017 Public Report

More than 500 law enforcement agencies in the process of implementing Ohio’s new standards to improve community-police relations

More than 500 Ohio police departments adopted state use-of-force standards, report says
Ohio Awards Certification to the: Bellville Police Department, Mentor Police Department, University Heights Police Department, Upper Sandusky Police Department, and Wyandot County Sheriff's Office.
Ohio Awards CCC Campus Police, Security Services for Adopting Standards

Ohio Awards Certification to the: New Boston Police Department, New Albany Police Department, Hinckley Police Department, and Ross County Sheriff's Office.
Fremont PD meeting needs of new standards
Ohio Awards Certification to the: Owens State Community College, Kirtland Hills Police Department, Woodlawn Police Division, Van Wert County Sheriff's Office, Urbana Police Division, Troy Police Department, Tallmadge Police Department, Sheffield Village Police Department, Preble County Sheriff's Office, Glenwillow Police Department, Case Western Reserve University Police Department, South Euclid Police Department, Roaming Shores Police Department, Norton Police Department, New London Police Department, Mogadore Police Department, Miamisburg Police Department, Massillon Police Department, Lexington Police Department, Jackson Township Police Department, Hocking County Sheriff's Office, Fremont Police Department, Fredericktown Police Department, Cuyahoga Community College Campus Police & Security Services and Clinton Township Police Department.