On 9-28-10 from 3:00PM to 6:00PM, the Ross County Health Dept. along with the Chillicothe Police and Fire Departments will be holding a child safety seat check . Certified car seat technicians will be on hand to educate parents, guardians and caregivers on the proper installation and use of a child safety seat. The event will be held at Chillicothe Fire Department Station #1 at 54 E. Water St.
Boost Ohio Kids (current law)
Keeping kids safe during crashes
Child safety seat video
What should you, as a caregiver, expect from a Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST)?
The one-on-one education of a safety check usually takes 20-30 minutes, depending on the car seat and the vehicle.
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On 07-26-2010 at 4:06am, the Chillicothe Police Department responded to the BP at 760 N Bridge St reference a robbery complaint. Upon arriving, the clerk advised a heavy set W/M wearing a stocking over his face entered the business demanding money. Believing the suspect had a weapon, an undermined amount of money was provided and the suspect was last seen on foot heading W/B on N Plaza Blvd. If anyone has any information pertaining to this incident, please contact the Chillicothe Police Department at 773-1191 or Southern Ohio Crimestoppers at 773-TIPS or by logging onto www.southernohiocrimestoppers
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The Chillicothe Police Department and Ross County Sheriff’s Office is co-sponsoring a drug take back initiative. Locally this will be called Project D.U.M.P. (Disposal of Unwanted Medications Properly). However, our local program is in conjunction with a national take back initiative sponsored by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration. The Chillicothe Police Department and Ross County Sheriff’s Office are asking citizens to bring unwanted, unused, and expired medications so that they can be properly disposed of. We will also have a pharmacist on hand to assist in this collection as well as answer questions regarding prescription medications. Project D.U.M.P. will be held:
Saturday September 25, 2010
10:00AM – 2:00PM
Ross County Law Enforcement Complex
28 N Paint Street
If you have any questions or need additional information please contact:
Officer Bud Lytle, Chillicothe Police Department, 740-773-1191
Deputy Dave Weber, Ross County Sheriff’s Office, 740-773-1186
Click on the link below and see where the Bike Patrol rode. It was only 17 miles, maybe more tomorrow. 30 maybe?? By putting a bicycle rack on the back of a patrol car, Ofcs. can move to other parts of the city quickly. Trying to stay within a manageable distance of the cruiser, they can still respond to other emergencies, as well as transporting their own prisoners.
9-1-10 bike patrol map