Ohio Report for Friday, August 28, 2015

Police-Community Advisory Board Finalizes Statewide Minimum Policing Standards

An advisory board charged with improving community-police relations in Ohio approved for the first time Friday state minimum standards governing use of force, use of deadly force and law enforcement recruitment and hiring.

The Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board, which Gov. John Kasich formed to continue the work of a statewide task force, finalized draft policy statement language for the three standards ahead of its September deadline.


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