Registration is open for the next classes of the VIPSS Academy (ages 18+) and Explorer Program (ages 14-21).
The VIPSS Academy offers former graduates of police and fire academies the opportunity to continue their learning and practical experience by participating in an enhanced Public Safety Support Academy.
The Explorer Program offers youth, ages 14 to 21, exposure to a range of public safety career options while gaining practical "hands-on" experience.
The Franklin County Reentry Coalition is charged with creating safer neighborhoods and more productive residents by increasing the success rates of ex-offenders transitioning from correctional and rehabilitative institutions back into the community.
Report suspicious activity. Call Ohio Homeland Security at 1-877-OHS-INTEL (1-877-647-4683). For emergency, call 9-1-1. Do not jeopardize your safety or the safety of others.
The Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) is a multi-agency task force dedicated to the fight against computer facilitated crimes against children. Task force investigators offer internet safety presentations to parents, teachers, various groups and members of the community.
The presentations are typically 2 hours long and help to educate the audience on the potential dangers the internet poses to our youth, as well as warning signs to look for and ways to prevent youth from becoming a victim of an online sexual predator.
To schedule a presentation, please contact Corporal Dan Johnson at 614-525-3318.
Board of Commissioners Agencies
- Animal Care & Control
- Child Support Enforcement
- Economic Development
- Fleet Management
- Homeland Security
& Justice Programs
- Human Resources