Ohio public schools create new public safety career program

  • Source: WTOL-TV CBS 11 Toledo
  • Published: 03/02/2021 12:00 AM

VIDEO: There's a new program at Toledo Public Schools TPS that aims to prepare high school students for a career in local law enforcement or firefighting and emergency medical services EMS. The three-year program is called PS 419. The PS stands for public schools and public safety. It was developed in partnership with Owens Community College, Toledo Fire and Rescue and the Toledo Police Department. The program begins for students during their sophomore year with an exploratory course and then in grades 11 and 12, there's a more dedicated focus for both policing and firefighting careers. Second semester seniors can enroll as college students at Owens Community College to earn criminal justice credit or their basic EMT certification.


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