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L.C.S.O. 2023 GOALS



Our success as a Law Enforcement agency is dependent on our willingness to improve by setting and attaining realistic goals on an annual basis. I have listed thirteen (13) goals for 2023 compiled by our Administrative Staff. The list should not be considered all-inclusive as each of you may have your own personal goals to improve your work environment and personal lives. The goals are being distributed to every employee and will be placed on our website. Working together, we can strive to make the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office one of the finest in the nation.

Sheriff Mike Navarre

  1. Publicly announce the location and timeline for the design and funding plan for the construction of a new Lucas County Jail in downtown Toledo – to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2023. 
  1. Acquire a drone to be used for public safety and train at least four Deputy Sheriff’s in its operation – to be completed by July 1st. 
  1. Conduct additional active shooter training for all Deputies – to be completed by the end of the 3rd quarter 2023.
  1. Take possession of the former State Highway Patrol post located at 10391 Airport Highway; make necessary improvements; and transition all Road personnel and Detectives to the location by the end of 2023.
  1. Create a new video to be used by the Drug Abuse Response Team (DART) to be utilized for presentations by LCSO personnel – to be completed in the first quarter of 2023.
  1. Implement a system whereby Lieutenants assigned to the Corrections Center will choose a crew and establish a baseline proficiency on the Guardian RFID system for the purpose of ensuring accountability, accuracy, and proficiency – to be implemented by July 1st.
  1.  Begin training all Jail personnel in the concept of inmate behavioral management (IBM) in preparation for total implementation for when the new jail is built.  This will involve classroom training followed by assignment to the housing unit 2 North for a set period of time. Training for personnel will commence in the 2nd quarter of 2023.
  1. Fully cross-train first-line supervisors in the Corrections Center to be able to work in both Booking and the Jail. Training will commence in the 3rd quarter of 2023. 
  1. Make the Lucas County Sheriff’s Offices’ Policies and Procedures available to all employees and the general public via our web page – to be completed by July 1st 2023.
  1. In 2023, all personnel, both supervisors and non-supervisors, shall attend a mandatory in-house health and wellness training – to be completed by the end of the year.
  1. Maintain staffing levels by continued recruitment efforts with the administration of a minimum of two corrections academies by the end of the year.
  1. Convert all personnel files to digital files by year’s end.
  1. Conduct eight hours of civil disturbance training and four hours of legal update training for all certified law enforcement officers by year’s end.