Law Enforcement Training

Dozens of law enforce­ment offi­cers from through­out north­west Ohio recently com­pleted advanced emer­gency vehi­cle oper­a­tions train­ing at a road-race course near Colum­bus.

Six Han­cock County sheriff’s deputies, three from Pauld­ing County, three from Defi­ance, and two from Find­lay were among those who com­pleted the six-hour course offered by the Ohio Depart­ment of Pub­lic Safety at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lex­ing­ton.

The course included both class­room instruc­tion and prac­ti­cal exer­cises on the 2.4-mile, 15-turn road-race course over­seen by Ohio High­way Patrol emer­gency vehi­cle oper­a­tions instruc­tors and vet­eran race-car dri­vers. The classes are paid for with casino law-enforcement train­ing funds.

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