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Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board

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Law enforcement agencies must develop policies for handling mass protests that protect public and officer safety while upholding constitutional rights of expression, assembly, and freedom of the press, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said Friday in announcing a new police certification standard.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is proceeding with plans to create what he says will be more accountability and oversight for law enforcement. 

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine wants a board to develop statewide standards regarding police pursuits. 

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State officials say new standards on police use of deadly force, body cameras, hiring and other policies have been or are being adopted by more than 500 agencies.

For the first time in state history, there is now a set of minimum standards for police use of deadly force and recruitment. 

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The panel that’s working on police-community relations has come up with drafts of standards on use of force, recruitment and hiring. 

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Ohio's public safety director says the process has begun to create first-ever standards for police use of deadly force across the state.  

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Ohio Governor John Kasich has named the members of a first-ever Ohio police standards board that will lay out rules for law enforcement on the proper use of deadly force.