Ohio NARCO is a not for profit Law Enforcement Association serving Ohio’s Law Enforcement community, with over three-hundred members. NARCO strives to provide a forum for the exchange of information and the development of investigative collaborations as well as providing high quality, low cost training.
The NNOAC represents its member associations by monitoring all relevant federal legislation and policy. The Coalition focuses on domestic and international drug-related crime issues by developing and maintaining relationships with the Office of National Drug Control Policy, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the high intensity drug trafficking area program (HIDTA), the Regional Information Sharing System (RISS) and the National Guard Counter Drug Program and all other relevant agencies and programs.
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Ohio Deflection Association delivers support around public safety for the health and wellbeing of those struggling with substance use and mental health disorder(s), through the development of deflection and pre-arrest diversion strategies, support tools, and facilitating the education of community partners providing outreach services. Focusing on real life challenges with real time solutions by providing communities with education, guidance, and resources.
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The Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy houses both Commission and Training Academy staff. Commission staff oversees basic training requirements and curriculum for peace officers, private security, local corrections, jail personnel, K-9 units, and humane agents.

The Advanced Training staff provides  law enforcement officers with innovative training in firearms, vehicle operations, subject control, de-escalation techniques, investigation & interviewing skills, and a variety of other areas relevant to current public safety needs. This training is offered both in London and at regional settings around Ohio.