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News Release Update 10-20-2014 - CLICK HERE
LAW ENFORCEMENT: SAVE THE DATES!
EXHIBITOR SHOWCASE: Monday, April 27th!
PELC classes for Fall 2014, Spring 2015 and Fall 2015 are now all FULL!
The schedule of dates for PELC classes for Spring 2016 and Fall 2016 are being determined. Information will be posted at www.lef-oh.org/pelc/sched.html as details are confirmed.
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INVESTIGATIVE PROFESSIONAL NEEDED TO SERVE ON THE REVIEW BOARD OF THE DIOCESE OF CLEVELAND:
A professional with a broad range of experience in investigations is sought for membership on the Review Board for the Diocese of Cleveland. The Review Board advises.......CLICK HERE.....to read more and to download the announcement.
Deadline to apply: December 1, 2014
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