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This website is dedicated to all Troopers and non-sworn employees, both past and present, whose hard work, dedication, loyalty and integrity have made the Ohio State Highway Patrol one of the most professional and well respected law enforcement agencies in the Country.  Troopers who have dedicated their lives to the Patrol and put them on the line every day to serve and protect the citizens of our great State deserve our support. 

It represents those who are proud to be a Trooper, proud of the Flying Wheel and proud to wear the black and gray.  It represents Troopers who serve their communities with respect, honesty and integrity.  It represents Troopers who respect the Highway Patrol and all it stands for.  It represents Troopers who love the Patrol and care about its future!

Trooper to Trooper is an independent website developed by a group of  retired Troopers focusing on the interests, issues, and activities affecting the Ohio State Highway Patrol.  Funding is provided by the retired Superintendents of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. 

All website content is reviewed and approved by the Trooper to Trooper Editorial Board.
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WELCOME TO TROOPER TO TROOPER
"Our Heritage, Our Purpose"
"With Respect"
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Louis Sharp
 Classroom Dedication
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Spring 2020
Pending Retirements - RETIREE EVENTS ARE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  

Sgt. Alejo Romero, Swanton Patrol Post              September 25th

Tpr. Robert McClelland, Jackson DHQ-LCS        September 25th

Tpr. Corey Campbell, Zanesville Patrol Post      October 1st

Sgt. Todd Scales, West Jefferson Patrol Post     October 2nd

MCEI Douglas Staudt, Piqua DHQ                          October 2nd

Lt. Verne Fisher, Findlay DHQ                                 October 9th 

Sgt. Kathleen Durham, Piqua DHQ                        October 15th

Disp. Robert Isgett, Jackson DHQ                           October 30th 

Link to OSHPRetiree.org for more information
Snowbird 2020
Business Meeting and Luncheon
Video Slideshow
We appreciate the support of all living, retired Superintendents and those in memoriam who have shared in our journey.

Colonel Robert M. Chiaramonte,
     EOW December 7th, 2014
Colonel Jack B. Walsh, 
    EOW May 22nd, 2015
Colonel Thomas W. Rice
Colonel Warren H. Davies
Colonel Kenneth B. Marshall
Colonel Kenneth L. Morckel
Colonel Paul D. McClellan 
Colonel Richard H. Collins 
Colonel John Born
Colonel Paul Pride
Major David D. Sturtz, Ohio's 1st IG, 
    EOW September 18, 2015

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 Retired Captain A.L. Whitehead, 50th Academy Class,  is recovering from triple by-pass surgery at OSU Hospital.  Information to send Capt. Al a card of encouragement can be found at OSHPRetiree.org or posted on son Rick's Facebook page. 
Flying Cross is honored to present the first edition of the Flying Cross Legacy Award to Gilbert H. Jones of Columbus, OH. We are committed to supporting those who serve our communities and would like to recognize Gilbert Jones for all of his accomplishments and the positive impact he has had on the Law Enforcement community. Complete details can be found on the Flying Cross Facebook Page.
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ABC News / Reward grows to $675K for gunman who shot two L.A. deputies
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Fox 8 / Driver killed after car strikes bridge pillar, engulfed in flames
Peak of Ohio / Patrol reminds drivers to properly secure children in safety seats
WBNS 10 / Cops and barbers connect with inner city youth
Marion Star / Police in Marion County facing challenges when looking to add diversity to ranks
Portsmouth Daily Times / Pursuit in Ross County ends in crash, injures deputy