By Branden Ferguson, Multi Media Video Journalist - bio | email
Findlay Ohio -
Findlay's State Highway Patrol post offering residents the opportunity to learn what to look for when it comes to abnormal driving behaviors. Receiving more than 200 calls in the past two days, troopers welcomed 25 residents from all over Northwest Ohio. Ralph Bornside, of Bowling Green, made the trip to Findlay because over the years, he's seen his fair share of unsafe driving.
Residents who sat through the hour long training seminar learned how to spot impaired drivers, drug traffickers and human trafficking. Using this knowledge, residents can call *677 and report the potential crimes, making state troopers' job that much easier.
With a high interest in the Community Shield Program, training courses will continue the second Tuesday of every month, with courses starting at 6PM and 8PM.