DeWolf and Associates
FIELD TRAINING OFFICER SEMINAR
FTO PROGRAM: The Field Training and Evaluating Program is an extension of the law enforcement selection process. It combines pre-field training with objective evaluations to ensure that the standards of a competent law enforcement officer are met. This is a 40 – hour course designed for experienced uniform patrol officers and corrections officers to learn the “new job/task” of becoming a Field Training Officer – FTO. The program will emphasize the FTO’s role in teaching, training, coaching and evaluating the recruit officer as they “earn” the right to wear your department’s uniform. Each student will receive a Field Training and Evaluation manual for this course.
⇒ Field Training Personnel Selection
⇒ Utilizing the Standard Evaluation Guidelines
⇒ Field Training Officer Conduct/Responsibilities
⇒ How the FTO Creates a Learning Environment
⇒ Remedial Training and the Problem Recruit
⇒ The Purpose of Documentation
⇒ Program Administration
⇒ Field Training Program Operation
⇒ Performance Evaluations
⇒ Legal Issues for the FTO
INSTRUCTOR: DeWolf and Associates: F/Lt. Patrick McGreevy retired in 2011 after serving 29 years with the Michigan State Police. F/Lt. McGreevy began his association with the FTO program in 1994 when he became an FTO. In 1996, he became an FTO school instructor and upon his assignment to East Lansing Headquarters in 1997, he became the Department’s FTO Coordinator. F/Lt. McGreevy oversaw the field training programs of several hundred probationary troopers in addition to coordinating and instructing numerous FTO schools for the Department. In his 17 year association with the FTO program, F/Lt. McGreevy trained and mentored three subsequent State Police FTO Coordinators in addition to instructing at all State Police FTO schools since 1996.
DATE: February 29 – March 4, 2016
TIME: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
COST: $ 695.
LOCATION: Bowling Green Police Division
175 W. Wooster St.
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Map to the Bowling Green Police Division
On Line – www.DeWolfFTO.com
DeWolf and Associates
P. O. Box 793
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303 (248) 828 – 8055
The Bowling Green Police Division is continuing the investigation of a fatal crash that occurred on November 25, 2015.
The crash, reported to the Police Division at 2:38 P.M., claimed the life of the adult male operating a motorcycle eastbound on Wooster St. (SR-64 approaching I-75. The motorcycle struck the right front of a Ford Focus, as the adult female driver of that vehicle attempted to turn left (south) onto the entrance ramp to I-75, from westbound Wooster St. (SR-64).
The operator of the Ford was treated at the scene of the crash by Bowling Green Fire Division personnel, and the operator of the motorcycle was transported by Bowling Green Fire Division personnel to Wood County Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
The Bowling Green Police Division is currently investigating an assault which occurred on Sunday, November 1st, 2015 at approximately 3:10 AM in the parking lot of Trinity United Methodist Church, 204 N. Summit St, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402.
Witnesses reported hearing yelling in the area of the church parking lot. A white vehicle and possibly a black Dodge Stratus were reported to have been seen leaving the area of the assault.
If you have any information regarding the assault contact Detective Andy Mulinix at the Bowling Green Police Division (419-352-2571), Wood County Crimestoppers (419-352-0077) or your local law enforcement agency.
In the past month and a half, the northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan areas have been inundated with counterfeit $20 and $50 bills. The suspects are mainly targeting convenient stores and fast food chains; however, they have also been identified as passing bills at big box stores. Bowling Green Police are asking that local businesses stay vigilant when taking in cash and encourage the use of marking pens to identify counterfeit bills. If in doubt, please notify the local police immediately. Clerks are encouraged not to give the bills back to the individual and to notify police immediately of any suspicious activity.
If any local business is notified by their bank that they have received counterfeit bills with their deposits, please notify the police and attempt to narrow down a time frame of when the bill was taken in. Bowling Green Police are working with area law enforcement agencies but we need local business’ help to stop this trend.
If there are any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Det. Brian Houser at 419-352-1131.
The Bowling Green Police are currently investigating a 2014 sexual assault case involving Harold Dernell Rogers, formerly of 706 Napoleon Apt.#212 in Bowling Green.
Rogers was indicted by a Wood County Grand Jury on October 21st for sexual battery and rape. He is described as a 26 year old black male, weighing approximately 150 pounds and is 5 feet 11 inches in height.
Citizens are urged not to take any enforcement action based on the information provided here. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Rogers contact the Bowling Green Police Division (419-352-2571), Wood County Crimestoppers (419-352-0077) or your local law enforcement agency.
Photo of Rogers
The Bowling Green Police Division has taken numerous reports of thefts from motor vehicles in the past week.
We would like to remind citizens to lock their vehicles and to secure valuables to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of theft.
On 09-27-15 Bowling Green Police Officers were dispatched to the parking lot at 103 N. Prospect regarding a large fight. Upon arrival Officers located a victim who was unconscious. Officers called for medical assistance and stood by with the victim until the ambulance arrived. Other Officers began identifying several subjects that were being pointed out as being involved in the fight by other people at the scene. Bowling Green Police Officers filed assault charges on the subjects that were identified as being involved in the fight. In the interest of further investigation, some of those assault charges have been dismissed and Bowling Green Police Division is continuing the investigation with the possibility of addition additional charges be filed.
The Bowling Green Police Department is currently investigating the theft of two 3-wheeled bicycles belonging to the same developmentally disabled person. The bikes were taken from a Wood Lane group home located at 1088 Fairview in Bowling Green. The thefts occurred on August 18th and August 27th. The first bike was a green Desoto Classic which was unsecured when it was taken. The second bicycle was a red Desoto Classic locked to a bike rack. The suspect cut through the rack to gain access. Anyone with information can contact Detective Scott Kleiber or Wood County Crime Stoppers at (419) 352-0077. Callers can remain anonymous and information leading to a conviction could result in a cash reward up to $1,000. The photos below are of a similar bike.