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    04.21.2017:  Community-Police Relations Grants Program Request for Proposals is Now Open

    04.12.2017:  Ohio Awards Certification to the: Perry Township Police Department and Meigs County Sheriff's Office.

    04.11.2017:  When to shoot standard for police across Hamilton County
Beginning today, BMV customers may purchase Distinguished Flying Cross and GWOT Civilian Service Medal logo license plates. Find them HERE.

    04.10.2017:  AP News: Ohio governor to discuss police-community relations
Students, police talk race relations and policing

    04.06.2017:  Flood Warnings, Wind Advisories and Snow. Warm-up on Sunday.

    04.03.2017:  Four out of Five Ohioans Enjoy Protections of Community-Police Standards
Ohio officials encouraged by police standards participation

    03.31.2017:  Law Enforcement Certification 2017 Public Report

    03.31.2017:  More than 500 Ohio police departments adopted state use-of-force standards, report says

    03.31.2017:  More than 500 law enforcement agencies in the process of implementing Ohio’s new standards to improve community-police relations

    03.30.2017: 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.

    03.29.2017: Ohio Awards Certification to the: New Boston Police Department, New Albany Police Department, Hinckley Police Department, and Ross County Sheriff's Office.

    03.24.2017: Fremont PD meeting needs of new standards

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