Local post honors OSP’s 90th anniversary
The Marysville Patrol Post recently hosted an open house in recognition of the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s 90th anniversary. The open house allowed community members to meet Patrol personnel and see the local post.
“Since our inception, the Ohio State Highway Patrol has been part of the communities in which we serve,” Marysville Post Commander Lt. Shawn Cook said.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol began Nov. 15, 1933, when the first 60 patrolmen earned their commissions following training at Camp Perry and began patrolling Ohio’s roads.
Throughout the Patrol’s nine decades, the mission has always been the same – to save lives. Founders envisioned an agency that showed compassion and sincerity, an…