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Arbitrator: Ohio Officer Fired Over Domestic Violence Charge Can Return to Work

Patrol Officer Donald Ivory was fired in July 2018 after he was charged with assault, aggravated menacing, and domestic violence in an incident that allegedly occurred in April of that year.

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Ohio Sheriff's Sergeant Set on Fire Released from Hospital

The sergeant with the Portage County Sheriff's Office who was set on fire late last week has been released from the hospital.

Million Dollar Bond for Man who Set Ohio Sheriff's Sergeant on Fire

An Ohio man who is accused of setting a Portage County Sheriff's sergeant on fire Thursday night is being held on $1 million bond.

Kentucky Police Pursuit Ends in Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting

Kentucky State Police are working with the Ohio State Patrol to determine whether or not a fatal officer-involved shooting in Kentucky on Monday is connected with an ongoing kidnapping investigation in Ohio.

Driver Accused of Killing Ohio Officer in Head-On Collision Faces Judge

Justin Watts—the man accused of being behind the wheel of a vehicle that collided head-on with the vehicle driven by an off-duty Clearcreek Township police officer—faced a judge on Monday.

Ohio Officer Shot Last Week Now Reportedly in Stable Condition

An officer with the Barberton (OH) Police Department who was shot during a standoff with a domestic violence suspect has undergone surgery and is now listed in stable condition, according to an announcement issued by the agency.

Ohio Sheriff Tells Off Suspected Cop Killer in His Jail

On Friday at the funeral of one of his deputies shot and killed in the line of duty as he responded to a call from a suicidal man at an apartment complex, Clermont County Sheriff Robert Leahy delivered some stern words to the man suspected of pulling the trigger.

Ohio Agency Revamping Recruiting Process to Attract Applicants

The Akron (OH) Police Department says it will increase the maximum hiring age for an Akron police officer from 35 years old to 40 years old and will bring back its own police academy that was stopped by the city in 2008 because of financial restraints.

Man Accused of Shooting Ohio Deputies Held on $10M Bond

An Ohio man accused of pretending to be suicidal in order to lure law enforcement officers into an apparent ambush attack has been held on $10M bond.

Ohio Departments Gather to Raise $29K in Charity Chili Cook-Off

The event has evolved over time, now providing assistance to other injured officers as well as funding the purchase of equipment such as body armor and first aid kits containing tourniquets and other emergency items.