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Addresses community-police relations and police training

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To amend sections 109.802 and 109.803 and to enact sections 2933.84, 2933.85, and 2933.86 of the Revised Code to establish the Ohio Community-Police Relations Commission to investigate the condition of community-police relations and review the use of force by law enforcement officers, to set the rate of reimbursement to public appointing authorities for the cost of continuing professional training for its law enforcement officers and require training in community-focused de-escalation techniques, mental health and special condition response, and cultural sensitivity, to require law enforcement agencies to use traffic tickets and, if used, investigatory stop forms that provide for the recording of the race of the traffic offender or individual stopped or questioned, and to make an appropriation.

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