About 70 members of Ohio police departments and other law enforcement agencies plan to attend a session in Woodville to train officers on how to use non-lethal defensive tactics when they encounter aggressive dogs.

Mayor Richard Harman said Canine Encounters Law Enforcement Training (CELET), of Arlington, Texas, will be presenting the training program May 4 at the United Methodist Fellowship Hall.

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Published: Saturday, 11/29/2014 - Updated: 12 hours ago

WOODVILLE

BY ALEXANDRA MESTER
BLADE STAFF WRITER

Mayor Richard Harman, far left, listens during a village council meeting in Woodville, Ohio on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014. Mayor Richard Harman, far left, listens during a village council meeting in Woodville, Ohio on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014.
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WOODVILLE, Ohio — Woodville police may get a double dose of training in dealing with dogs they encounter in the course of their daily work.

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Events include dog obedience class registration and other events.

Registration for dog obedience classes

The Obedience Training Class of Harrisburg will hold registration for dog obedience classes 6-8 p.m. Aug. 18-20 at their facility at 1 Souder Court, Silver Spring Township. Classes are held weekly for seven weeks beginning the week of Sept.

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