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Media strategy evolved as Harley Dilly case did

Port Clinton Police Chief Robert Hickman started with a daily briefing and evolved to one daily update with the same information going to every media outlet, whether local or national, and no sidebar comments.


Experienced cops share why they became politicians

On the Job recently caught up with three state legislators who used to be law enforcement officers to find out why they decided to make the jump and why their experience is valuable at the Statehouse.


School threat assessment grants now available

For law enforcement officers who completed the Ohio School Threat Assessment Training program, the next step — and the opportunity to earn more money — has opened.


Body armor grants expanded

The Ohio Law Enforcement Body Armor Program has been granted $3.5 million to help local law enforcement agencies buy vests for their officers this fiscal year, which runs through June 30, 2021.


Immediate safety net of support: Trauma recovery team, Cleveland police team up

‚ÄčIn 2018, Cmdr. Brandon Kutz of the Cleveland Division of Police moved some new workers into the headquarters of his Fourth District.

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