The Ohio House of Representatives today passed legislation that addresses training requirements for peace officers in Ohio. Stemming from the Attorney General’s Advisory Group on Law Enforcement Training report, the bill works to improve the training process for law enforcement individuals.
When this General Assembly began, the House Republican caucus laid out a list of priority bills that would make improvements in our state both now and in the future. One of those priority bills was House Bill 3, which I sponsored along with my colleague Representative Mark Romanchuk (R–Mansfield).
State Representative Tim Derickson (R-Oxford) today announced that he will hold “Open Door Meetings” during the month of May within Butler County for any constituents from the 53rd House District. The dates, times, and locations of the meetings are as follows:
Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) today held a press conference with Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Senate President Keith Faber (R-Celina) to discuss upcoming legislation that relates to recommendations made by the Attorney General’s Advisory Group on Law Enforcement Training.