2022 Continuing Professional Training
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2022 Continuing Professional Training

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office and the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy have been tasked with launching a $15 million pilot program to help fund continuing professional training (CPT) for law enforcement officers, per the biennial operating budget passed by the Ohio General Assembly in summer 2021.

Sworn officers and troopers who graduated from an academy in 2021 or earlier will be required to take 24 hours of advanced training in 2022, and the state will pay the agency up to 50% of those officers’ salaries while they take the training.

 

Special notice:

To receive funding, agencies must certify salary information to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office by Nov. 1, 2021. That requires completing two documents: