OTOA Self Aid / Partner Aid
*Each course attendee will be issued a CAT Tourniquet and a Kydex Eleven-10 CAT Tourniquet Belt Holder/Holster 

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Date: October 24, 2016

Time: 0900-1700

Location: Newton Twp. Fire Department, 5490 Maysville Pike, Zanesville, OH 43701

Class Capacity: 30

Course Description: Police agencies across the United States that are trained and equipped in the use of tourniquets are being credited with saving the life of someone who was suffering a severe extremity wound from gunshots, vehicle accidents, or other

In a direct partnership with Nationwide Insurance, the OTOA's Self Aid / Partner Aid will train and prepare Ohio's first responder in the appropriate use of the tourniquet.

This hand on course will cover classroom and practical application of the tourniquet in a scenario based - realistic envirnment. 

Each attendee that succesfully completes this training course will be issued a CAT Tourniquet and a CAT Tourniquet holder. 

This one of a kind training course not only trains but equips the first responder with the gear to save a life. 

Questions: Contact Tim Halbakken, OTOA Director of Operations


Brian Murphy at OSU 2016Click HERE for a printable copy of this advertisement

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$25 per person

Lieutenant Brian Murphy (ret.)

Public Safety Officer & Medal of Valor Recipient

Presents his debrief of the Wisconsin Sikh Temple Shooting

The Will To Survive

On August 5, 2012, a white supremacist with prior military service went to the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin and murdered six people who were there to prepare a communal luncheon that was to be held later. Lt. Murphy was the first officer to arrive and the first to encounter the suspect of this Active Shooter situation. Listen to Lt. Murphy’s recounting of this domestic terrorist incident and his incredible story of survival after being shot 15 times.

Date: October 6, 2016

Time: 0900-1200

Location: OSU Fawcett Center - 2400 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio 43210

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Cost: $25

Questions -  Contact: Jeremy Allen, OSU PD/OTOA VP         
email: Allen.962@osu.edu

phone: (740) 808-0445


Bob Chabali (Dayton PD) was awarded the highest honor a SWAT guy can achieve at the 2016 NTOA Conference.

Congrats Bob

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Bob Chabali receives the Kolman Award from NTOA Exceutive Director Lomax

The mission of the Ohio Tactical Officers Association is to enhance the performance and professional status of law enforcement and first responder personnel by providing a credible and proven training resource as well as a forum for the development of tactics and information exchange.

The OTOA's ultimate goal is to improve public safety through training, education and promoting professionlism in policing.

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2016 OTOA Training

The Will To Survive - Lt. Brian Murphy


OTOA Self Aid / Partner Aid

October 24, 2016



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