|BGSU chief Moll joins state advisory panel|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Monday, 02 December 2013 10:10|
Bowling Green State University Police Chief Monica Moll has been named to the initial membership of the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway Steering Committee and OHLEG Advisory Committee by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine
The committees were recommended by the recently concluded OHLEG Advisory Group, co-chaired by former Ohio Supreme Court Justices Evelyn Lundberg Stratton and Yvette McGee Brown, who submitted final recommendations to the Attorney General on Oct. 25, 2013.
"OHLEG is a one-stop-shop for Ohio law enforcement agencies to access a variety of databases and information," said DeWine. "I am grateful to the members of each committee for their willingness to serve in order to help ensure that OHLEG continues to operate in a publicly accountable manner."
Other OHLEG Steering Committee members are Lorain County Sheriff Phil Stammitti, Meigs County Prosecutor Colleen Williams, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Deputy Director Sara Andrews, Ohio State Highway Patrol Captain Rob Jackson, Grove City Chief of Police Steve Robinette, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation Superintendent Tom Stickrath and First Assistant Attorney General Mary Mertz
The OHLEG Advisory Committee is made up of professionals from a broad range of agencies who will serve as a sounding board for the OHLEG Steering Committee as new policies are developed
Other members of the advisory committee are Stammitti, Williams, Andrews, Jackson, Capital University Professor of Law Dennis Hirsch, Franklin County Public Defender's Office Yeura Venters, Assistant Hamilton County Prosecutor Linda Scott, Sharkey & Dirck Communications Principal MaryAnne Sharkey Robinette and Clinical Professor of Law at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and Board Member of the ACLU of Ohio Board of Directors Terri L. Enns, Board Member of the Buckeye Institute and former Mayor of Columbus Greg Lashutka and Senior Vice-President of Operations and Integration for Limited Brands Laura Warren
The first committee meetings will be scheduled in January, 2014. Location and times will be announced in advance. More members may be added to each committee.
In addition, as per the recommendation of the OHLEG Advisory Group, DeWine has established a link on his website so Ohioans can learn about how to access their computerized criminal histories, and the steps to take to correct errors if they find them. The link is http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Individuals-and-Families/Consumers/Requesting-Your-Own-Criminal-Records.
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