Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board to Meet In Person September 8

News Advisory HDR

For Immediate Release: Sept. 7, 2021

Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board to Meet In Person September 8

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – The Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board will meet in person on Wednesday.

During this meeting, Board members will hear a law enforcement agency’s perspective on interacting with juveniles as well as a presentation concerning diversity, equity, and inclusion.

The Ohio Collaborative was formed in 2015 to create uniform minimum standards for Ohio’s law enforcement agencies covering use of force, including deadly force, and hiring and recruitment. Additional standards address bias-free policing, body-worn cameras, mass protests, community engagement, law enforcement vehicular pursuits, investigation of employee misconduct, telecommunicator training, and officer wellness.

WHAT: Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board Meeting

WHERE: Ohio Department of Public Safety

1970 W. Broad St.

Columbus, Ohio 43223

Atrium

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Watch the meeting via this live stream link.

WHEN: Wednesday, September 8, 2021

10 a.m. - noon

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Contact: China Dodley, (614) 466-2551

CLDodley@dps.ohio.gov