As you now have already heard, Jones-Kelly was put on administrative leave and so far is not going to be fired (yet).
Here is what it takes to only get put on unpaid administrative leave:
1. Inappropriately looking up information on a citizen.
2. Lying about the reasons you are doing so to the media and the public.
3. Forcing a subordinate to write a letter to cover for you.
4. Using state resources on political campaigns.
You would think someone with that record would be fired with Strickland's pledge to clean up government, but I guess not because he "values her contributions." Bob Taft valued Tom Noe's contributions to his community and he initially treated him with kid gloves, so where is the difference? Expect this to be an issue for Strickland for the next 1.5 years and it should be, especially if she were to remain. Regardless of her "contributions" what she continually did was wrong-it was not an accident-she should be fired as well as anyone else who looked up information on a citizen.
Here is a roundup of stories: