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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Tricia Knoles is the KSU Police Department community resource officer. 

Kent State police receives a grant for body cameras

Alton Northup Senior Reporter February 9, 2022

Kent State University Police Services will equip its officers with body cameras after receiving a $23,780 grant from the state of Ohio.            “I think the cameras are a great investment,”...

Bowman Breakfast celebrates City of Kent and Kent State partnership

Laina Yost April 4, 2018

Leaders from the City of Kent and Kent State met for breakfast Wednesday morning with a panel to discuss university and town relations.The Facilities Master Plan was the main focus of the meeting. President...

Dean Tondiglia has been named Kent State’s new chief of police. He also will continue to serve as the university’s associate director of public safety.

New KSU police chief wants to better officer-community relations

Katie Chilson March 4, 2015

Dean Tondiglia has wanted to work in law enforcement ever since he can remember. Starting out, he looked forward to becoming a patrol officer, but he always hoped that one day he would be chief of police.“My...

Kent State introduces new police chief

Katie Chilson and Tyler Trill February 16, 2015

Kent State introduces new police chief from KentWired.com on Vimeo.After 33 years, now former Kent State University chief of police John Peach turned over the position to Dean Tondiglia, who was sworn...

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