Ohio’s highest law enforcement officers want the general people to recognize and thank local police officers to mark the occasion during National Police Week.
Attorney General Dave Yost made multiple stops Tuesday afternoon to pay tribute to several local law enforcement training schools.
Stark State College’s Police Academy was granted a Yost specific designation, which is it is a STAR Training Center. The STAR designation provides a better standard of quality for basic academies certified from the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission.
Stark State College
The College’s Law Enforcement Academy was recently recognized with a prestigious award from Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost as one of the best programs offered within the state. This award is awarded by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission and acknowledges those programs which go over to make sure that their students are provided with high-quality instruction and the tools they need to excel in the field.
Stark State is close ally in Ohio’s public 4-year colleges as well as universities. As a result, most of its associate degree can be transferred to any four-year universities in the state. This is particularly beneficial to students who want to pursue a bachelor’s level degree, but not relocate away from home.
A degree of associate of arts (AA) at Stark State College is transferable to Miami University for a Bachelor’s in English Studies. The degree they earn will depend on what they’ve done while at Stark State College, this will result in as much as 124 hours of credit to count towards the Bachelor of Arts degree.
Central Ohio Technical College
The cost-sharing arrangement with Central Ohio Technical College and Ohio State Newark has been in place since 1971. Students can enjoy a more accessible education, as both schools have access to the one’s facilities as well as staff.
Attorney General Yost has recently honored COTC with his STAR Academy Award for its basic peace officer training program. This award honors an academy that exceeds the basic requirements for training in order in order to train officers for their task.
Yost stated that he is proud of his efforts by the police academy at COTC because they are working to ensure that our communities are safe and secure.
Every one of them has shown exceptional public service throughout their careers. Chief Fowler is an outstanding educator who supervises children at risk, coaches Indian Creek Chiefs football, and also serves as a member of a group for a centre for advocacy of children.
Kent State University Police Academy
Kent State University and its College of Applied and Technical Studies are part of four regional partners who have joined together to create “OPOTA Close to Home” a collaboration that extends the reach for Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) instruction for Ohio’s law enforcement personnel.
In the direction of the Police Sergeant II. Patrols the ground on foot or in a Vehicles; Guards against the loss of people and property, and reports safety hazards; investigates or prevents Criminals; enforces State Laws and University Rules and Regulations; Answers calls from University Property owners, resolves conflicts between groups or individuals on campus. Carry guns, apprehends those in violation; and transports prisoners to court or to a police station. Registers and Book Prisoners, detains and locates them; issues warrants, and file affidavits.
KSU Trumbull police cadets have been trained on how to interact with the communities. They also received OPOTA Basics instruction. A teacher, Guy Burney, works with the Community Initiative to Reduce the Violence of Youngstown and is currently developing a training to help the cadets become familiar with the poverty culture, better equipping them to work with the people of their community.
Mercer County Sheriff’s Office
Attorney General Yost Rewarding the Very Best of Ohio Law Enforcement at a Gala.
Attorney General Yost has recognized his Mercer County Sheriff’s Office as one of the Ohio authorities that enforce law. It was recognized by Attorney General Yost. Mercer County Sheriff’s Office was honored for its efforts to reduce crime in the county and provides residents with safe places for their work and living.
The office is situated in Princeton and is the county seat of Mercer County. The county was founded in 1845, and was named for a hero of the Revolution, Hugh Mercer.
Mercer County, which is located in northwestern state, which borders Iowa, Putnam, and Sullivan It is located. It’s also located near Grundy County and was previously in Livingston County. It is known for its extensive farmland, and is home to an abundance of farms. Princeton is situated in Connecticut’s central region and is also an industrial heart. There are many fine factories located there.