Attorney General - Jail Training Program for Five Day Facilities - Definitions.


Published: 2014-07-01

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(A) The term "commission" means the Ohio peace officer training commission;

(B) The term "executive director" means the executive director of the Ohio peace officer training commission;

(C) The term "jailer training school commander" means the director or other head of a jailer training program which has been approved by the executive director;

(D) The term "jailer training" means the training described in rules 5120:1-10-18 and 5120:1-12-18 of the Administrative Code and other training which has been prescribed and approved by the executive director for persons described in this chapter;

(E) The term "twelve-day facility" means a local confinement facility used primarily to detain adults for a maximum of two hundred eighty-eight hours;

(F) The term "twelve-hour facility" means a local confinement facility used primarily to detain adults for a maximum of twelve hours;

(G) The term "full-time corrections officers" means those persons whose sole job is to work in the jail area with prisoners within a twelve-day facility.

(H) The term "jail support staff" has the same meaning as in rule 5120:1-7-02 of the Administrative Code.

(I) The term "staff training within a twelve-hour facility" means at least one employee per shift, and all others who have been assigned direct responsibility of custody and supervision of prisoners shall receive training.