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Ohio School Resource Officers Association

Hidden in Plain Sight
Train the Trainer

Human Trafficing

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Hilliard Joint Safety Services Building
5171 Northwest Parkway Hilliard, Ohio 43026
 (Central Ohio)


Since 2011, Bath Twp. and Copley Police Departments have joined forces to provide “Hidden In Plain Sight” to adults in Summit County and surrounding counties, school districts, school staff and agency professionals. More than 175 presentations have been made to 12,000 adults.

The audience typically has 30 minutes to “snoop and search” the unique display. Over 150 items which may be indicative of dangerous and risky behaviors are placed throughout the display and made to resemble a teenager’s bedroom. A 2.5 hour informative and entertaining PowerPoint presentation follows. No youths are permitted to attend. Presenters include a combination of police officers and civilian employees with many years of experience working with young people.

Who Should Attend

  • School Resource Officers
  • D.A.R.E Officers
  • School Administrators and Teachers
  • Juvenile Detectives
  • Community Partners

Marcie Mason, Copley and Bath PD, Ptl. and Lisa Baker, Bath PD.

 9:00 a.m. –  9:30 a.m.           Registration
 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.          Classroom session

Hilliard Joint Safety Services Building
5171 Northwest Parkway, Hilliard, Ohio 43026

Registration fee is $22 for OSROA members and $62 for non-members. The fee includes training materials and morning refreshments. The higher $62 fee also includes a one year OSROA membership. Cancellations must be made 72 business hours prior to the training date.

Mail or fax registration on reverse page to: Ohio School Resource Officers Association, 6277 Riverside Drive, 2N, Dublin, OH 43017, Attn: Eileen Kramer. Phone: 614-718-3210  Fax: 614-761-9509.

Curriculum Overview

Participants will be able to:

  • Recognize paraphernalia and other covert items which may be indicative of substance use.
  • Identify other teenage risky behaviors and trends oftentimes related to substance abuse.
  • Begin the process of implementing and developing their own similar parent awareness/substance abuse prevention program.

Topics include substance use, violence, eating disorders, juvenile crime, technology, risk games/challenges and more.