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Rule 109:2-18-01 | Definitions.

 

(A) As used in rules 109:2-18-01 to 109:2-18-07 of the Administrative Code, "Peace Officer" has the same meaning as in section 109.71 of the Revised Code.

(B) "Trooper" means an individual appointed as a state highway patrol trooper under section 5503.01 of the Revised Code.

(C) "Appointing Authority" means any agency or entity that appoints a peace officer or trooper.

(D) "Public Appointing Authority" means any agency that appoints a peace officer as defined in divisions (A)(1), (A)(3) to (A)(8), (A)(10), (A)(12), (A)(13), (A)(15) to (A)(19) of section 109.71 of the Revised Code and the Ohio state highway patrol.

(E) "Pilot program" means the eighteen-month program created by Section 701.70 of Amended Substitute House Bill 110 of the 134th General Assembly to gather salary data for peace officers and troopers and fund continuing professionalism training for calendar year 2022.

(F) "Responsible Agency" means the appointing authority charged with the responsibility for documenting the peace officer or trooper's training.

(G) "Commission" means the Ohio peace officer training commission.

(H) "Executive Director" means the executive director of the Ohio peace officer training commission.

(I) "Continuing Professional Training" means the training prescribed by sections 109.802 and 109.803 of the Revised Code.

(J) "OHLEG" means the Ohio law enforcement gateway.

(K) "Full-time" means officers or troopers who are in active pay status receiving compensation and benefits for forty hours in a work week or eighty hours in a fourteen-day period. For purposes of this chapter, active pay status has the same meaning as in rule 123:1-47-01 of the Administrative Code.

(L) "Base hourly rate" means the hourly rate at which a peace officer or trooper is compensated excluding overtime, shift-differential, and other similar enhancements to the hourly rate of pay. For peace officers or troopers who receive an annual salary, base hourly rate is the base annual salary divided by two thousand eighty hours for fulltime appointments or the base annual salary divided by the anticipated annual hours for less than fulltime appointments.

Last updated July 1, 2024 at 11:27 AM

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 109.803, Sec. 605.01 of Am. Sub. HB45 (134th General Assembly)
Amplifies: 109.803, 109.73, 109.75, Sec. 605.01 of Am. Sub. HB45 (134th General Assembly)
Five Year Review Date: 7/1/2029
Prior Effective Dates: 10/12/2007, 7/12/2013, 1/1/2017, 12/16/2021