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The Ohio State Highway Patrol Office of Training, Selection and Standards. Mission Review Task Force Presentation December 2, 2009. Office of Training, Selection and Standards. Overview. Personnel Summary. Full-time sworn staff: 23 Part-time sworn staff: 6 Full-time civilian staff: 20
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Mission Review Task Force Presentation
December 2, 2009
582 hours of mandated OPOTC training, includes Administration, Legal, Human Relations, Firearms, Driving, Subject Control Tactics, First Aid, Patrol, Civil Disorders, Traffic, Investigation, Physical Conditioning & Homeland Security.
28 Basic Cadets Graduate
17 Departments Served
1511 Hours of Training
Cost saving courses
Advanced Officer Survival Techniques
1511 hours of training for 2009 includes:
1164 OPOTC required hours
347 additional OSHP curriculum hours.
Number of outside agencies: 24
2005 thru 2009*:
Number of outside agencies: 106
*These numbers do not include training, but rather only the range being utilized for their own training purposes.
37 Instructors Trained
14 Departments Served
240 Hours of Training
-Was unable to send students in 2007 and 2009 because of schedule conflicts. In 2008, Ehove sent 19 students (8 males and 11 females) to the Highway Patrol Academy.
-2007-18 students(10 males and 8 females)
-2008-25 students (16 males and 9 females)
-2009 30 attended (24 males and 6 females)
-36 attended; 28 males and 8 females
-35 attended; 29 males and 6 females
-39 attended; 26 males and 13 females
Provide direction and coordination of targeted recruitment of minority and female applicants.
Coordinate hiring of all trooper and police officer candidates with ODPS Human Resource Management.
Assist in Police Officer & Radio Dispatcher selections.
Administer Physical Fitness Testing.
Coordinate medical and psychological examination for all trooper and police officer applicants.
AIU consists of four fulltime sworn officers.
Oversee the Employee Incident Reporting program (EIR).
Field citizen complaints.
Review RTR/Pursuit cases.
Review Patrol Car Crashes.
Review trends in employee actions
Review and recommend policy and procedure changes
Provide guidance to Sections/Districts concerning the AI process
3 year average = 530
2009 YTD = 562
Average time spent reviewing
RTR Videos = 1658 hours
Reduce Administrative Duties of District/Post Supervision.
Increase Quality of Investigations.
Decrease Time of Submission.
Consistency in AI process.
Uniformity in procedures regarding investigations.
2006-2008 Average - 780
Complete an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of all Highway Patrol Grievances to identify trends or specific areas of concern.
Administer the Drug Free Workplace Random Testing Program for the Division statewide.
Assist with the administration of the Health and Physical Fitness Program.
Represent the Department of Public Safety at the Labor Relation Advisory Committee Meetings.
Unit was created July 2008.
Three full-time uniformed employees.
Assesses training needs for all individualized training.
Oversees EIP (Employee Intervention Program)
Assesses training needs for employees that Commanders recommend for training because of deficiencies their employees may be experiencing.
Coordinates Returning Veterans Program.
(2006 – Present)