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Last year in Ohio, nearly 400 people lost their lives because someone chose to get behind the wheel and drive while impaired. Impaired driving crashes also injured more than 8,000 people – and for Sergeant Daniel Jesse, who was hurt in such a crash this year, the recovery process is a daily reminder that impaired driving is dangerous. Make a commitment to keep your fellow motorists safe by only driving sober! Follow “This is Real Life” on social media using #thisisreallifeohio and #saferohio.
12.06.2016: State Community-Police Board Issues Two New Standards for Law Enforcement
Ohio Awards Certification to Law Enforcement Agencies for Adopting Standards: Bethel Police Department | Elmore Police Department | Logan Police Department | Marion Township Police Department | Waite Hill Police Department | Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office
12.01.2016: OSU Attack shows need of local planning
11.30.2016: Ohio Awards Certification to Law Enforcement Agencies for Adopting Standards: University of Toledo Police Department | Hocking College Police Department | Mercer County Sheriff’s Office | Genoa Police Department | Columbus Police Department | Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office | Ashland County Sheriff’s Office
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