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Cleveland Making It Easier for Lateral Transfers to Join Force

Now, if an applicant already has their OPOTA certification, they will go through an abbreviated academy with Cleveland PD. This abbreviated academy will only be about 12 to 14 weeks, as opposed to 7 months.

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Ohio Department Adding Locker Room and Changing Facilities for Female Officers

The Fairview Park (OH) Police Department will soon add a second female police officer to its ranks, doubling the need for a locker room and changing area for those officers.

Ohio Officers Buy Wheelchair for Hit-and-Run Victim to Help Her Recovery

A woman in a wheelchair who was struck by a hit-and-run driver has been gifted a new wheelchair by the police officers who responded to the scene of the incident.

Video: Dozens Gather for Ohio K-9's "Final Walk" to the Vet

Officer Eric Nicholson gathered Klink in his arms—the dog wrapped in a Thin Blue Line flag—and made the animal's final walk as officers stood in salute and citizens stood in support.

Student's Depiction of a Pig in a Police Uniform Removed from Art Show

An Ohio high school student who created an image of a pig in a police uniform for a submission to an annual art show has had their work removed from view.

Ohio Police Officer Delivers Baby Boy

An officer with the Cincinnati Police Department responded to a home early Thursday morning for a trouble call. Upon arrival he discovered that the trouble was the immediate impending arrival of a newborn baby.

Ohio Man Arrested for Shooting Off-Duty Officer and Son While Hunting

According to WCPO-TV, 52-year-old Daniel Brockmann and his 15-year-old son were shot with buckshot or birdshot. They were transported to a nearby hospital where they were treated and released.

Ohio Department Welcomes 2 New K-9s to the Ranks

The Mentor (OH) Police Department recently welcomed to its ranks two new K-9s, posting the news of their arrival on Facebook.

Officer Escorts Child to "Father/Student" Day at School on Behalf of Deployed Soldier

Officer Raymond Seehousen with the Mount Healthy (OH) Police Department escorted a little girl to school for the annual Father/Student day on Friday because the child's dad had recently been deployed for duty with the United States Army.

Ohio Cop Killer and Accomplice Now Up for Parole

Wayne Reed and Russell Bell have both previously been denied parole.