The Ohio Attorney General announced Tuesday the hiring of a former Pickaway County Sheriff as a Senior Law Enforcement Liaison for the office.
Attorney General Mike DeWine has appointed former Pickaway County Sheriff Dwight Radcliff to his office.
Radcliff retired last year after serving as sheriff since 1965.
He was the longest-running sheriff in the United States when he retired.
Radcliff’s job will be to travel the state to meet with law enforcement officials to discuss the programs, services and trainings offered by the Attorney general’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy.
“We are pleased to have Sheriff Radcliff as part of our team,” DeWine said. “His law enforcement experience is unmatched and he is very well respected across the state. We are confident that he will continue to advance the relationship between local law enforcement and the Attorney General’s Office.”
Radcliff started his job with the office on Monday.
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