FOP/OLC Grievance Form
FOP/OLC Greivance Form (Fillable Form)
Douglas Behringer is an attorney for the FOP/OLC, working out of the Columbus office. He was born and raised in northwestern Ohio. Doug started his military career early when he joined the Army Reserve as a junior in high school. He received his undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University before going on active duty in the Army.
After a stint in the Army, he returned to college and obtained his law degree (J.D.) from The Ohio State University, with honors. He was in private practice in central Ohio for six years before joining the FOP/OLC in 2002.
Doug has over twenty-three years experience in litigation, administrative, labor and employment matters. He has represented members of the FOP, OLC in disciplinary matters, investigations, litigation grievances, arbitrations, contract negotiations, mediation, civil service appeals and unfair labor practice matters.
Jessica is an attorney for the FOP/OLC working out of the Columbus office. She was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio and attended the University of Kentucky where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics with a Minor in Political Science. Jessica then returned to Columbus to attend Capital University Law School where she graduated Cum Laude in 2021. While in law school, Jessica was a member of the Ohio Attorney General’s Mock Trial Team. Prior to joining the FOP/OLC, Jessica was an associate attorney at Mark C. Collins Co., L.P.A., a prominent criminal defense firm well known for representing Columbus Police Officers on criminal matters.
Michael W. Piotrowski , Esq. is a labor lawyer who has been representing unions since he was in law school at Case Western Reserve School of Law. He has been representing police officers since 1996 and has been with the FOP, Ohio Labor Council for 20 years. He resides in Brecksville, Ohio with his son and daughter.
Megan is a graduate of the University of Toledo with a double major in Law and Social Thought and Women’s and Gender Studies. Megan went on to the University of Toledo College of Law where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in the top 10% of her class. She was also the Technical Editor of the Toledo Law Review and published an article in the law review on Why Title IX Matters: The Key to Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Medicine. While in law school Megan was active in the Labor and Employment Law Association as well as the Toledo Women’s Bar Association. Prior to joining the FOP/OLC Megan worked for a law firm in Toledo as an Associate Attorney. Megan is admitted to practice law in Ohio as well as Michigan. She resides in the Toledo area with her husband.
Meagan earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Business Administration summa cum laude from The Ohio State University in 2008. Meagan received her law degree from the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 2012 where she was the Issue Editor of the Information Society Journal. After law school Meagan gained valuable legal experience working at law firms as well as holding a position of Administrative Hearing Officer for the Unemployment Review Commission in Columbus. Meagan is admitted to practice law in Ohio and is admitted to the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. Meagan is working out of the Columbus Office of the FOP/OLC. She resides in central Ohio with her husband and two daughters.
Keith graduated from Ironton High School and enlisted in the U. S. Army as an Intelligence Analyst. After his service obligation, Keith attended Ohio University and later joined the Chillicothe Police Department, where he worked 25 years. Keith rose through the ranks at CPD from Officer to Sergeant to Captain and finally to Chief of Police. Keith was the Chief for the last six years of his Chillicothe career.
During his police career, Keith served as a bargaining unit member, and later as the bargaining unit chairman. Keith has negotiated collective bargaining agreements for both the union and management. While serving as Chief of Police, Keith earned his Juris Doctor from Capital University. Upon retiring, Keith took a position as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for the Jackson County Prosecutor. Keith is licensed in Ohio and the Federal Courts in the Southern District of Ohio.
Renee Engelbach is a paralegal, employed by the FOP, Ohio Labor Council. Inc. In this role, Renee is responsible for the processing of grievance forms from Employees throughout the State of Ohio, who are represented by the FOP, Ohio Labor Council. Renee is no stranger to labor law having spent over thirty (30) years working as a paralegal for the FOP, Ohio Labor Council, Inc.
Before joining the FOP, Ohio Labor Council, Inc., Renee worked in the private sector. She worked in loan services for a local bank and spent over twenty (20) years working as a manager and training manager for a local restaurant chain.
In her current role Renee has been given the opportunity to use her writing skills to write briefs for arbitrations and has written numerous Appellate Court briefs up to and including briefs for the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Carol is a paralegal in the FOP, Ohio Labor Council’s Columbus Office. Originally from Mansfield, she moved to central Ohio to take a position as a dispatcher with the Reynoldsburg Police Department. From there, she went to a law firm and acted as paralegal for a busy bankruptcy law firm. Carol is also a notary, a graphic designer, and prides herself on being detail oriented.
In her spare time, Carol worked in the food service industry which allowed her to make food drops to nearby first responder stations making her and the responders very happy.