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Ohio private police exempt from records law

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Under current state law, more than 800 privately employed Ohio police officers who carry guns, use deadly force, and search, detain, and arrest people are allowed to keep their records secret, even from crime victims. The private police officers, who work for 39 employers made up of mostly private universities and hospitals, are — like their employers — exempt from the...

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