The quality of police training academies in Ohio and the need for stronger statewide training standards are among the issues an attorney general’s committee is considering as it explores possible changes to the way Ohio trains police officers.
WOSU News Archives For: October 31, 2005
Former Mifflin High School principal Regina Crenshaw has entered another not guilty plea to charges she failed to report the sexual assault of a student. Crenshaw appeared yesterday in Franklin County Juvenile Court after her case was moved from Municipal Court. A developmentally disabled female student was allegedly assaulted in the school auditorium last March. Two male students were later charged in the case.
Members of the Downtown Development Office met at City Hall this afternoon to present a new building project that could bring new jobs to the area. And the new project could change the face of the Arena District.
It’s Halloween and many people will be searching for treats or maybe even tricks. But some may go looking for something more out of this world, and central Ohio offers plenty of outlets.
Several school tax levies will appear on Franklin County ballots in November. Supporters say additional money is needed for things like curricula, buildings and operating expenses. But recent real estate revaluations may cause voters to think twice about approving more taxes.