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Ohio State Highway Patrol Promotions

June 25, 2013
Ohio State Highway Patrol
Ohio State Highway Patrol
The Ohio State Highway Patrol recognizes the following promotions.
Columbus –

Patrol’s Sgt. Hasson promoted to Lieutenant in the Criminal Intelligence Unit
Sgt. Michael K. Hasson was promoted to the rank of lieutenant today by Colonel John Born, Patrol superintendent, during a ceremony at the Patrol’s Academy. Lt. Hasson will remain in his current assignment in the Office of Strategic Services, Criminal Intelligence Unit to serve as commander.

Lt. Hasson began his Patrol career in October 1998 as a member of the 132nd Academy Class. He earned his commission in April of the following year and was assigned to the Marysville Post. In 2001, he transferred to the West Jefferson Post. In 2006, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant and transferred to the Springfield Post to serve as an assistant post commander. Several months later, he returned to the Marysville Post, before transferring to his most recent assignment in the Office of Strategic Services, Criminal Intelligence Unit in 2011.

Patrol’s Sgt. Vollmer promoted to Lieutenant in the Office of Special Operations, Security Services
Sgt. Aaron E. Vollmer was promoted to the rank of lieutenant today by Colonel John Born, Patrol superintendent, during a ceremony at the Patrol’s Academy. Lt. Vollmer will transfer from his current assignment at the Lancaster Post to serve as commander in the Office of Special Operations, Security Services/Expo Center.

Lt. Vollmer began his Patrol career in February 1999 as a member of the 133rd Academy Class. He earned his commission in July of that year and was assigned to the Bucyrus Post. In 2003, he transferred to the Lancaster Post. In 2005, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant and transferred to the Hamilton Post to serve as an assistant post commander. In 2006, he returned to his most recent assignment at the Lancaster Post.

Lt. Vollmer earned an Associate of Arts degree in law enforcement from Ohio University in 1998, and completed training at Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command in 2011.

Patrol’s Sgt. Fetty promoted to Lieutenant at the Steubenville Post
Sgt. Joseph R. Fetty was promoted to the rank of lieutenant today by Colonel John Born, Patrol superintendent, during a ceremony at the Patrol’s Academy. Lt. Fetty will transfer from his current assignment in the Office of Personnel, Administrative Investigation Unit to serve as commander of the Steubenville Post.

Lt. Fetty began his Patrol career in October 1991 as a cadet dispatcher at the New Philadelphia Post. He began his training as a member of the 124th Academy Class in January 1993. He earned his commission in June of that year and was assigned to the Wooster Post. In 1994, he returned to the New Philadelphia Post. In 2001, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant and transferred to the Steubenville Post to serve as an assistant post commander. As a sergeant, he also served at the New Philadelphia Post and in the Office of Personnel, Administrative Investigation Unit.

Patrol’s Tpr. Thompson promoted to Sergeant at the Springfield Post
Tpr. Merrill J. Thompson was promoted to the rank of sergeant today by Colonel John Born, Patrol superintendent, during a ceremony at the Patrol’s Academy. Sgt. Thompson will transfer from his current assignment in the Central Ohio Motorcycle Unit to serve as an assistant post commander at the Springfield Post.

Sgt. Thompson began his Patrol career in September 2002 as a member of the 140th Academy Class. He earned his commission in February of the following year and was assigned to the Marysville Post. In 2010, he transferred to his most recent assignment in the Central Ohio Motorcycle Unit.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is an internationally accredited agency whose mission is to protect life and property, promote traffic safety and provide professional public safety services with respect, compassion, and unbiased professionalism.
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