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Each day in Ohio, approximately 41,000 EMS providers save lives and perform countless noteworthy acts in their communities. In this episode of "This is Real Life," Paramedic Jared Baker of Fairfield Township Fire Department discusses the rewards of serving his community. Follow “This is Real Life” on social media using ‪#‎thisisreallifeohio and ‪#‎saferohio.

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    05.25.2017:  Director of the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC) discusses Ohio's crucial role in the national fight against illegal drugs

    05.22.2017:  Homeland Security: No Credible Threat at U.S. Venues – NBC NEWS

    05.22.2017:  State Announces Partnership to Provide Free Resources and Tools to Keep Businesses Safer

    05.18.2017:  Belmont County holds training
Students, community members meet for conversation with police

    05.17.2017:  Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board to Meet in Cleveland on May 22

    05.09.2017: Ohio Awards Certification to the: Village of Butler Police Department, Russell Township Police Departmen, Sebring Police Department and Felicity Police Department.

    05.08.2017: Ohio Awards Certification to the: Fairport Harbor Police Department, Hancock County Sheriff's Office, Minster Police Department and Parma Police Department.

    04.24.2017: Ohio Awards Certification to the: Pike County Sheriff's Office, Chillicothe Police Department, Sheffield Lake Police Department, Kent Police Department, and Mayfield Village Police Department.

    04.21.2017:  Community-Police Relations Grants Program Request for Proposals is Now Open

    04.12.2017:  Ohio Awards Certification to the: Perry Township Police Department and Meigs County Sheriff's Office.

    04.11.2017:  When to shoot standard for police across Hamilton County
Beginning today, BMV customers may purchase Distinguished Flying Cross and GWOT Civilian Service Medal logo license plates. Find them HERE.

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