Troy, Ohio (March 19, 2020) – Last year, Miami County Park District (Park District) rangers responded to 65 requests for assistance— from traffic stops to welfare checks and animal complaints to assisting motorists. To maintain a consistent and professional response, the department relies on comprehensive, up-to-date policies.
Recently, the Park District was recognized by the Lexipol Connect program for achieving Gold level for consistently and effectively disseminating policies to officers, issuing timely policy updates as laws change, and ensuring officers are trained on policies. Lexipol is the nation’s leading content, policy and training platform for public safety agencies; the Connect program tracks the Park District’s performance on five metrics proven to measure success in policy management.
“The Ranger Division uses expertly updated policy and regularly training on policy as the cornerstone of serving the public with equality, transparency, and professionalism. We are proud to be recognized by Lexipol Connect for continuously improving professionalism and safety,” says Dan Weaver, ranger and assistant operations director for the Miami County Park District.
The Park District’s excellence in policy and policy training enhances community safety by ensuring consistent, effective response based on national best practices. “In this ever-changing world of policing, we are proud of our ranger staff for staying up-to-date on the current policies and procedures so that they can provide great service to the community.  We are proud to be recognized by Lexipol Connect for delivering a high standard of excellence in our Ranger Division,” says J. Scott Myers, executive director for the Miami County Park District.
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