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FY 2012 OPOTA Annual Report

FY 2012 OPOTA Annual Report

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Published by Mike DeWine
This annual report details our work to provide the best possible training and resources to Ohio’s law enforcement community.
This annual report details our work to provide the best possible training and resources to Ohio’s law enforcement community.

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Published by: Mike DeWine on Apr 02, 2013
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Message from the Attorney General .......................................................................................................... 1Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission Overview................................................................................... 2Commission Members ................................................................................................................................ 3Basic Training Programs ............................................................................................................................. 4Commission Highlights ................................................................................................................................ 5Commission Administrative Action Overview ............................................................................................. 7Ohio Peace Officer Profile ........................................................................................................................... 7Concealed Carry Weapons Update ............................................................................................................. 8Financial Report .......................................................................................................................................... 9Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy Overview ...................................................................................... 10Academy Highlights ................................................................................................................................... 11Academy Statistics .................................................................................................................................... 12
Ohio Peace Officers’ Memorial Ceremony
............................................................................................... 15Ohio Distinguished Law Enforcement Awards ......................................................................................... 16Staff Awards ............................................................................................................................................... 20
 
 
Dear Law Enforcement Colleagues and Fellow Ohioans,The work of the Ohio
Attorney General’s
Peace Office Training Commission and Academy helpsensure our law enforcement officers are well-prepared to meet their responsibilities incommunities across the state. Both made significant gains in fiscal 2012, the period covered bythis report.Among other accomplishments, the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) laid thegroundwork for its new Mobile Academy, which we introduced in December 2012. Aimed athelping local agencies save money and limit o
fficers’ time away from the job, t
he MobileAcademy features state-of-the-art firearms simulators, driving simulators, and expert trainers.This new way of doing business puts Ohio at the forefront in taking innovative training directly tolocal law enforcement. Most importantly, it helps peace officers build skills in some of thehighest risk duties they face, situations that require quick and sound decision-making in order tosave lives.The Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) and its staff continued their
comprehensive update of the state’s basic
training curricula. Updates were made in fiscal 2012to peace officer basic training, peace officer refresher, and private security basic training courses. This effort ensures these training curricula reflect best practices and prioritize thesafety and well-being of Ohio families and peace officers.This annual report details our work to provide the best possible training and resources
to Ohio’s
law enforcement community. I welcome your feedback, and I encourage you to share yoursuggestions with Robert Fiatal, executive director of the commission and academy, at 740-845-2700 or Robert.Fiatal@OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov.Very respectfully yours,Mike DeWineOhio Attorney General

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