My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Ohio
I live in a city where the police have an unwritten policy which is contrary to law by claiming that interference with custody is a "civil matter" when ORC 2919.23 makes it clearly criminal
Any reasonably trained officer knew or should know that Interference with custody is a crime and cannot therefore claim good faith in their negligence, (also 2921.44 is not a strict liability statute)
My question is what is the proper route to cause an officer to do their job? Mandamus?