OHIO COLLABORATIVE COMMUNITY-POLICE ADVISORY BOARD TO MEET IN COLUMBUS ON 8/22

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For Immediate Release: August 20, 2018

OHIO COLLABORATIVE COMMUNITY-POLICE ADVISORY BOARD TO MEET IN COLUMBUS ON AUGUST 22

COLUMBUS – The Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board will meet Wednesday, August 22, 2018, at the Ohio Department of Public Safety.  The Ohio Collaborative will give a new member introduction, share law enforcement certification updates, receive an update on the “Change Starts Here” public awareness campaign, and conduct discussions on the proposed Juvenile Procedures Standard.

 

What:              Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board Meeting

When:             Wednesday, August 22, 2018 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Where:           Ohio Department of Public Safety Atrium, 1970 W. Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43223

In order to begin quickly implementing the Ohio Task Force on Community-Police Relations’ recommendations, Gov. Kasich created the Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board in April 2015 to continue taking feedback from the public and report annually on its work and the compliance of local law enforcement agencies.  The community-law enforcement advisory panel developed – for the first time in Ohio history – state standards that can help guide Ohio law enforcement agencies. For more information on the Ohio Collaborative, visit: http://ocjs.ohio.gov/otfcpr/occpab/index.html

 

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Contact: Communications Office, (614) 466-4344

CLDodley@dps.ohio.gov