Bill would hold private police officers to public records standard

TIFFANY L. PARKS | Daily Reporter
Published: 07/25/2014

State Reps. Michael Henne and Heather Bishoff have crafted a bipartisan bill that would require privately-employed police forces to follow the same public records laws as public police forces.

“There are more than 33,000 trained and sworn peace officers in Ohio, but more than 800 of them are not employed by traditional governments,” said Henne, R-Clayton.

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