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Ohio Bailiffs and Court Officers Association
3244 Berea Rd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44111



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Welcome...........
The purpose of the Ohio Bailiffs and Court Officers Association is to promote the general welfare of its Members by providing training and education in the areas of court/judicial/law enforcement activities through courtroom supervision, services, transportation and other training programs and conferences.All court officers and bailiffs in Ohio courts are encouraged to join the Ohio Bailiffs and Court Officers Association. 

Please go to the membership page for more information and to download a membership application......


THE BENEFITS

The Association is dedicated to "Maximizing Excellence" for court officers and provides the following opportunities for each member to participate in this endeavor:

  • Network with other court officers from across the state
  • Serve in leadership roles within the Association as an officer, director, or committee chairperson
  • Serve on state and local committees and have positive impact on issues which relate to you as a court officer
  • Receive statewide and local recognition for exemplary performance
  • Attend quality training programs
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

 FRANKLIN COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT

Columbus, Ohio 43215

(614) 645-8214 

JOB TITLE: Community Support Coordinator - OEP

DEPARTMENT: Specialized Dockets

REPORTS TO: Specialized Docket Manager

PAY GRADE: 6

STARTING SALARY: $18.63/hour ($38,750.40/year)

HOURS: Full-time 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. or as assigned

POSTED: Thursday, May 21, 2015

DEADLINE: Thursday, June 4, 2015 

*Please select the attachment below for the full job description*

Sisters Travel to Every Ohio County Courthouse in Seven Days


For two sisters, traveling to all 88 county courthouses in Ohio was a lifelong dream.

“We planned the trip unofficially since we were little kids,” Jessica Daniels said.

So last year they packed their bags, buckled up, and drove across the state.

“Basically printed off a map of Ohio, kind of took a pencil, sketched in a map that we think would work,” Daniels said.

They did it in seven days. The sisters drove to each county, took a photo of themselves in front of the courthouse, and moved on to their next destination.

“The first day we started out like I said up we visited 15 or 16 counties in the first day, and we were exhausted, wore out you know, too much, so then after that the remaining six days we ended up usually between nine and 13 counties a day,” Daniels said.

They took note of the distinct beauty of each courthouse.

“I was amazed at just how different many of them were. They were built at different times,” Hannah Tucker said. “I think the county courthouse is an important part of each community, and it kind of gives them something to hold on to as their own as it gives them a diverse looking place.”

In those seven days, the sisters learned more about each other and made memories to last a lifetime.

“We crashed a wedding in Cuyahoga County,” Tucker said.

They also marveled at how their lives have changed since they were kids. One is now a high school Spanish teacher, the other is a pastor. But their lives came full circle with this trip.

“Now that we are adults I know a lot of people don’t get to have, or might not have, a close relationship with their siblings, and I’m happy that I do have one, and that we got to spend this time together,” Daniels said.

A Cleveland man also recently finished a similar trip. He took photos of all 88 courthouses over the course of a few years. Patrick Shepherd started his journey in 2012 after reading a newspaper article about courthouses in disrepair across Ohio. He said he took the photos to bring attention to the “endangered” county courthouses.

“I really feel these buildings are of such significant, historical, and architectural importance that for me as an amateur photographer, I just thought it would be an interesting project to try and grab images of all 88,” Shepherd said.

Shepherd did most of his travels on the weekend.  He said he loved the journey and learning more about the history of each building.


Whats Up Ohio !!!!