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Policing today: A time to build, not tear down

The summer turmoil actually opens doors for boosting trust and proving the value of police, who took their jobs to help their communities, not hurt them.

9/11/2020

The Harley Dilly search: the good, the bad & the ugly

Before COVID-19 and summer protests rocked the U.S., Port Clinton, Ohio, felt the heat of such controversy when social media, backseat Sherlocks and holiday schedules complicated the search for teen Harley Dilly. 
 

9/11/2020

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.

9/11/2020

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.
 

9/11/2020

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.
 

9/11/2020
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