2017 OTOA Conference Special Offering - Conference Bonus
Ohio Departrment of Health

The Ohio Department of Health, Alcohol & Drug Testing Program will be offering renewal testing for: 

  • BAC DataMaster 
  • Intoxilyzer 5000 
  • Intoxilyzer 8000  

Tuesday June 6 at 0900 hours
and another session
Tuesday June 6 1300 hours. 

Cost - FREE

Location - Kalahari Resorts and Conventions Center


Click the "Register for Testing" button below - Fill out the Excel document and email to: badt@odh.ohio.gov 
Register for Testing
You may only register for one instrument at each available session.


 

All Registration are through the Ohio Department of Health.

Study guides are available on Ohio Depertment of Health website:  
http://www.odh.ohio.gov/odhprograms/at/alc_drug/forms.aspx

Direct questions to the Alcohol & Drug Testing Program at 614-644-4609 or to badt@odh.ohio.gov.


 

 


Training Class

Instructor

Time

Location

Civil Liability for Municipalities

Sean Culley

0900-0945

Sagewood

Islam In America

Shattering the Myth

Sarah Shendy

0900-0945

Rosewood

Clandestine Labs and Drug Dangers

Pat Shrodes

1000-1045

Leopardwood

IED’s and Booby Traps

Columbus Bomb Squad

1000-1045

Zebrawood

Tourniquets / Bleeding

Control

OTOA Training Cadre

1000-1045

Rosewood

UAVs / FRUAS 101

Joe Talley

1000-1045

Sagewood

Civilian Gun Laws for the Law Enforcement Officer

Derek Debrosse

1100-1145

Zebrawood

Wound Packing

Bill Janson

1100-1145

Rosewood

UAVs / FRUAS 201

Joe Talley

1100-1145

Sagewood

ASP

Jared Williams

1200-1245

Zebrawood


Bounce Imaging

Francisco Aguilar

1200-1245

Rosewood

Tru- Spec Focus Group
(Invitation ONLY)

Tom Audley

1200-1245

Sagewood

Clandestine Labs and Drug Dangers

Pat Shrodes

1300-1345

Leopardwood

PTSD based Barricades

Terry Kelley

1300-1345

Zebrawood

IED’s and Booby Traps

Columbus Bomb Squad

1300-1345

Sagewood

Tourniquets / Bleeding

Control

OTOA Training Cadre

1300-1345

Rosewood

Clandestine Labs & Drug Handling Dangers:

Instructor:  Pat Shrodes

Pat Shrodes is the team leader of the Columbus Police Clandestine Lab Response Team.  He will be using videos and pictures of actual incidents to guide a discussion on the current trends and dangers associated with homemade street drugs and illegal drug labs. 


The Gun Lawyer – CCW & Civilian Gun Laws

Instructor:  Derek DeBrosse

Barney-Debrosse, Attorneys at Law – Columbus, Ohio

This class will focus on current gun laws and the application of the law for Ohio residents, gun clubs, and police officers on and off duty.


Municipal Liability

Instructor: Sean M. Culley  &  Jared Wagner 

Green & Green, Lawyers - Dayton, Ohio


Getting Sued (Or Not): Understanding Officer, Supervisor, and Municipal Liability for Constitutional Claims

Many officers worry, often unnecessarily, about the possibility of being sued for their conduct in the line of duty. This largely unfounded fear prevents many from entering the law enforcement profession, and is a source of significant concern for officers who are being considered for advancement to supervisory or policymaking positions. This seminar will correct common misunderstandings about officer and supervisor liability for civil rights violations, particularly including allegations of excessive force and wrongful arrest. Common litigation fact patterns, such as vehicular pursuits, lawfully armed civilians, and civilians with recording equipment, will be addressed. The seminar will include an overview of the civil litigation process—from receipt of a summons to judgment and appeal—and a discussion of what officers and supervisors can do to assist counsel in presenting an effective defense. This course is for front-line officers, along with supervisors and policymakers.


WOUND PACKING:

Instructor:  Bill Janson

Eleven-10

Learn techniques to control bleeding where a tourniquet can’t be used. This is a hands-on training session using TrueClot Bleeding Trainers. The session is put on by Eleven 10, CLEER Medical and supported by Z-Medica and Luna Inc. Each student will walk away with QuickClot Combat Gauze LE and a CLEER Medical Trauma Dressing.


TRU SPEC Focus Group: TRU-SPEC® focus group.  (Invitation only)


PTSD Barricades:

Instructor: Terry Kelley

Columbus Police Crisis Negotiator

This class is designed to assist police departments in handling situations involving suicidal combat veteran suffering from PTSD.  The class will discuss how to get past the inherent roadblocks that this type of individual poses to law enforcement and tactical officers.  Officer Kelley will also briefly discuss some of the symptoms and resources that will be useful in bringing this type of barricade to a successful resolution.


Bounce Imaging:

Instructor: Francisco Aguilar

Topic: Safer Attic/Barricade/Stairwell Searches using 360 video - Bounce Imaging will demonstrate how 360-video cameras can be used to give officers better coverage and improved situational awareness in dangerous settings, using its Explorer system as an example. Bounce will also demonstrate how such cameras can be used for more realistic after-action reviews/training by using ultra-low-cost ($30) virtual reality systems.


Tourniquets / Bleeding Control:

Instructor:  Bill Janson & Robb Moore

OTOA Instructor Cadre

This block of training will cover the tourniquet usage for extremity bleeding control presented by Eleven-10, Robb Moore, and sponsored by Nationwide Insurance.  A free tourniquet and holder will be given to attenders of this block of training.  This class is limited to 25 attendees.


ASP:

Instructor: Jared Williams

ASP Director of Sales | Mideast

ASP products come from the field. Every ASP design meets a specific real world need. Each is built to a standard of quality that is unmatched in the industry. Each year ASP donates almost $2 million in free training to the profession. It is a longstanding corporate commitment to the men and women of law enforcement. Learn about training and current equipment trends in: Batons, Restraints, Training, OC and Flashlights.


IED’s and Booby Traps:

Instructor:  Jeff Stanley

Columbus Bomb Squad

Columbus Bomb Squad designed this IED and booby trap awareness class for tactical officers.  It is based on devices and threats experienced throughout Ohio and threats that are popular around the world at this time.  The goal of the class is to give officers a basic understanding of common devices as well as guidance on dealing with potentially dangerous environments.


UAV / UAS Drones:

Instructor:  Joe Talley
Tango Alpha Consulting
Kinetic Energy Media

FRUAS 101:  Introduction to First Responder Unmanned Systems

Overhead surveillance is critical in emergency situations, and small UAS or drones may make the difference in saving lives, while persistent data flow collected by air assets is critical to on-time decision making processes.  Drones are being used by Fire & Rescue, HAZMAT, SAR, Law Enforcement, water rescue and other public safety in a variety of first responder situations.

This briefing provides real stories of how First Responder Unmanned Systems (FRUAS) are currently used by Fire & Rescue, HAZMAT, LE and SAR to save lives and property, a basic explanation of system capabilities, info on specific hardware and software tools used in support of operations, and a brief overview of establishing an FRUAS program for tactical and emergency response.

FRUAS 201:  Setting Up the First Responder UAS Department

First Responders now regularly use small drones to save lives in emergency situations.  This briefing is a nuts and bolts discussion on setting up the FRUAS department and focuses on the specific process of how to negotiate the evolving regulatory process and the technological advancements that are allowing for safer operations.

Topics include determining an agency’s operational needs and guidelines, developing community buy-in, outlining budget requirements, obtaining governmental approval, determining best practices in seeking a public safety COA v 107 and other legal considerations, establishing training protocols, and executing operations.


Islam in America – Shattering the Myths

Instructor: Sarah Shendy
OPOTA

The Middle Eastern culture and the Muslim religion are growing in the United States and have a presence in our communities across Ohio. In order to maintain positive public relations with all facets of our societies, law enforcement officers are encouraged to obtain knowledge and awareness about the people they serve and work with. The goal of this class is to shatter the myths and misconceptions about Islam in America. The instructor, Sarah Shendy, was born in Saudi Arabia and spent her childhood in Egypt.

© 2012 Ohio Tactical Officers Association  - Promoting Professionalism in Policing since 1987 /  Site by C2