Ohio deputies get training in sex offender tracking


By Cary Ashby
Norwalk Reflector

HURON COUNTY, Ohio — Huron County Sheriff's Cpl. Jeff Kerber and Deputy Joe Leroux have more training when it comes to responding to child exploitation cases.

The two deputies participated in first-responder training Nov. 20 at Corporate College in Cleveland. The nine-hour workshop was sponsored by the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC).

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