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Field Notes: Decide whether to pursue before making a stop

I recently had the opportunity to observe driver training at the Peel Regional Police Department in Ontario, Canada, which trains officers in emergency response, pursuit, and rolling road blocks on city streets amid civilian traffic. While not advocating that approach here, I have incorporated some of their concepts into driving courses at the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy. I suggest law enforcement agencies do the same within their trainings and day-to-day operations. For example:


Families of those lost reach out to help others

Wesley Workman was personable and popular. A gifted football player, he led his Portsmouth High School team in tackles three years in a row and was a 2007 all-state honorable-mention selection.

But there was another side to Wes, says his mother, Jo Anna Krohn.


Evidence receiving sites

Evidence for BCI testing can be submitted at several locations. Addresses, hours, and contact numbers are:


Courses offer vital guidance in handling abuse

Finding the right words in a difficult situation can be challenging for anyone. Finding the right words to allow a child to disclose abuse takes training.


Ceremony honors Ohio’s fallen officers

Father Kevin Lutz has a lot of heroes, and law enforcement officers are near the top of his list — with good reason.

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