Ryan Halburnt Bob Chabali Pat Fiorilli Thor Eells Joe Weisman Greg Gaby
OTOA President Pat Fiorilli was awarded the NTOA's highest award at the 2015 NTOA Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Named for the NTOA's founder, Capt. John Kolman (ret.), this award is presented each year to the person who contributes the most to further the goals of the tactical community. A selection committee bases its decision on an evaluation of his or her performance, dedication and leadership. The award recognizes the recipient for:
The OTOA is expanding and in dire need of motivated officers to take on the duty as the OTOA County Representative.
The OTOA County Representative will be the "Go-To" officer in your county and work directly with the OTOA Regional Directors and the OTOA Regional Training Coordinators.
The OTOA County Representative Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Work directly with the OTOA Regional Training Coordinators to identify training venues and firearms ranges within your county jurisdictions.
Work directly with the OTOA Director of Trainig and Regional Training Coordinators to identify training deficeiencies within your county jurisdictions.
Work directly with the OTOA Region Directors to identify tactical teams within your county jurisdictions.
Work directly with the OTOA Secretary to increase membership within your county jurisdictions.
Interested in joining this team?
CLICK here and look for the OTOA Regional Director for YOUR county.
The name of the OTOA Regional Directors are hyperlinked to their email address. Send them an email to contact you.
Questions: Contact OTOA President at: email@example.com
The Ohio Tactical Officers Association (OTOA) is a nonprofit organization (501c6) providing training to the state of Ohio and its surrounding areas. The organization currently has over 1400 members across Ohio and neighboring states, and is led by a board of directors who strive to keep those members' needs in mind.