Ohio Form 350, Ethics Policy Acknowledgement Form, is a formal document signed by Ohio civil servants to verify they are aware of the ethical standards that must affect their performance of official duties. In compliance with Ohio laws, each new public employee and official has to get acquainted with the state ethics rules provided to them by their supervisor or appointing authority within fifteen days of beginning their job. After the documentation is reviewed, the individual will be asked to sign Form 350 to agree to abide by the terms of the existing ethics policy and multiple legal and ethical responsibilities as one of the employment conditions.
This statement must be read and signed by two categories of Ohio residents:
This form was released by the Ohio Secretary of State's Office on September 1, 2017, with all previous editions obsolete. A fillable Ethics Policy Acknowledgement Form is available for download below.
To complete the form, you need to confirm you have studied the ethics laws of the state and the ethics policy of the Secretary of State. Certify you are prepared to comply with all the rules and requirements and you acknowledge that if you cannot comply with them, you may face disciplinary sanctions that include the removal from the board of elections or dismissal from your post. Write down your full name, sign and date the statement.
Once the document is filled out, you need to submit it to the Secretary of State's Election's Division if you are employed by the board of election or give it to your direct supervisor if you work for the Secretary of State.
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