- Associated Press - Thursday, December 18, 2014

Attorney General Mike DeWine created an advisory group on law enforcement training to study possible updates to training in Ohio, following several police shootings of unarmed people nationally and protests over those shootings. The group members:

-Rev. Dr. David Cobb, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Cleveland

-Sergeant Ramon Diaz, Delaware Police Department

-Commander Rhonda Grizzel, Columbus Police Department

-Bishop Joey Johnson, The House of the Lord, Akron

-Chief Joe Morbitzer, Westerville Police Department

-Tony Ortiz, Vice President of Latino Affairs, Wright State University

-Vince Peterson, Trumbull County Adult Probation Department

-Terry Russell, Executive Director of National Alliance on Mental Illness for Ohio

-Officer Sarah Shendy, Copley Police Department

-Chris Smitherman, Cincinnati City Council

-Rev. Dr. Daryl Ward, Omega Baptist Church, Dayton

-Dr. Reggie Wilkinson, former director of Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

-Lieutenant Colonel George Williams, State Highway Patrol

-Prosecutor Andy Wilson, Clark County Prosecutor’s Office

-Major Daryl Wilson, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

-Sheriff Keith Wood, Meigs County Sheriff’s Office

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Source: Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine


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