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John Orzech

Chief of Police

Sandusky Register

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Sandusky Register

314 West Market Street

Sandusky, Ohio,44870

United States

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The premiere news, sports, and community service for Sandusky Ohio, and the entire north coast. Your News. Your Way. ... more

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"It's our way to honor the supreme sacrifices the fallen have given to the community, and to show the families of the fallen that although they're gone, they haven't been forgotten," said Sandusky police Chief John Orzech.
The event will last about half an hour, and all are invited to attend, said Orzech.


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The belief befuddles Sandusky police Chief John Orzech.
Since becoming top cop in spring 2013, Orzech has tirelessly worked to improve citywide community police relations. For example, he has: "The ultimate goal of each of these initiatives is to get the community comfortable in talking with our officers and getting our officers to engage in conversation with people in a normal setting instead of during a call for service amid a crisis," Orzech said. "If we begin to understand the uniqueness in each neighborhood, we can begin to address problems more in depth instead of just on the surface." Orzech then explained the importance of community policing. "Developing relationships with the citizens is paramount for our agency to be successful," he said. "The safety of the community will be impacted because we will look to quell citizen and business concerns of safety issues in the community. We want to partner with them to provide a safe community for everyone to enjoy." Walk it out Orzech explained all three of his initiatives in depth:


www.sanduskyregister.com

During a recent city commission meeting, Sandusky police Chief John Orzech introduced six new full-time hires - all occurring within the past year - he's made.
It's also the first officers Orzech has appointed since becoming the city's top cop in spring 2013. "We have some great officers who have joined our team," Orzech said.


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Sandusky police Chief John Orzech said overdose cases are difficult ones to investigate, and tips from the public can help greatly.
"It's very challenging, these cases have a lot of complexity. It can be a lot of legwork...but we're committed to doing what we can to try and stop this," Orzech said."We're not pursuing addicts, we're aggressively pursuing drug traffickers who are bringing this poison into our community." On the law enforcement front, Orzech emphasized just how helpful tips from the public can be. In the meantime, Orzech urged for compassion and lauded local efforts to combat the heroin epidemic, including Sandusky Artisans, the recovery movement, a proposed detox center and area counseling services. "People don't need to be in jail, they need to be dried out and on the road to recovery," Orzech said.


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