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Get information on the peace officer training academy

| May 10, 2021

The next session of the Zane State College Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) will begin in August at the Zanesville campus. OPOTA is required for those wishing to be a law enforcement officer in the state of Ohio.

Anyone interested in OPOTA should attend one of the mandatory information sessions: May 25 and 27 and June 1 and 3.

The pre-entry physical fitness test will take place on: June 8, 10, 15, and 17. The first 28 to pass the physical fitness test will be eligible for OPOTA admission.

All sessions take place at 5:30 p.m. in health science hall, room 309, on main campus at 1555 Newark Road, Zanesville. Attendees are encouraged to bring questions with them to the session. Please wear a face mask to these socially-distance sessions. Due to current COVID-19 pandemic precautions, the number of guests is limited to nine with no family members. Essential paperwork as well as information on the pre-entry physical fitness test will be reviewed.

For more information, contact Commander George Ayers, at [email protected] or 740-588-1230.

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