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Ohio Department of Public Safety News in 90


October 27, 2014


This is your News in :90.

Director Born was the featured speaker at the 37th annual Central Ohio Crime Stoppers Breakfast on October 22. Director Born touched on several topics including: crash prevention; drug interdiction; human trafficking and crime in Ohio. The 300 attendees were comprised primarily of corporations engaged with central Ohio Crime Stoppers, and law enforcement representatives.

The Ohio State Patrol’s Special Response Team, in conjunction with various partnering agencies, conducted a day of Mass Casualty Active Shooter Training in Englewood, Ohio

This training emphasized not only dealing with the potential suspect, but also providing critical care to the wounded and injured once the scene was secured.

Halloween is a fun celebration, but it can be dangerous when adding alcohol into the mix. Agents with the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Ohio Investigative Unit urge safe and responsible celebrating.

In many of Ohio’s cities and towns Halloween celebrations will be underway this coming weekend, bringing very large crowds from all over the region and the state. Agents are reminding everyone who is under 21, it is against the law to purchase, possess or consume alcohol. Also, please don’t forget to watch for trick-or-treaters as you are driving.

Finally, let’s see what you’re saying on DPS social media! Ohio State Highway Patrol recently started posting exclusive photos Instagram of the 157th Academy Class training. Since we started posting photos of the 157 class, we have gained 1,000 Instagram followers! Be sure to check it out on Instagram and as always check out all DPS divisions on Facebook and Twitter.

Coming up next week That story and more, on next week’s News in :90!