14 February Toledo APA Works with Department of Justice Public Safety Partnership February 14, 2018 By ODRC Lima Adult Parole Authority, Toledo Adult Parole Authority Toledo APA, Lima APA, Department of Justice, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Dan Van Vorhis, Task Force 0 Toledo APA was asked to be part of the Department of Justice National Public Safety Partnership (PSP). Parole Officer Dan Van Vorhis was asked to represent APA. PSP was established in June 2017 under the direction of Attorney General Jeff Sessions in response to an Executive Order on a Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety. Toledo Oh was chosen as one of 10 cities nationwide to participate in this crime reduction initiative. PSP provides an innovative framework for DOJ to enhance its support of state, and local law enforcement agencies and prosecutors in the investigation, prosecution, and deterrence of violent crime, especially crime related to gun violence, gangs, and drug trafficking. This approach serves as a platform for DOJ to directly engage with cities to identify and prioritize resources that will help local communities address their violent crime crises. Picture: Lima Region Parole Officer Dan Van Vorhis, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and Lima Region APA Regional Administrator Jennifer Olsen Related Toledo Correctional Partners with the Toledo Police Department CCI Receive Students from the Law and Public Safety Program Cleveland Area Colleges Enjoy Community Partnership with NERC Noble Correctional Institution Partnership with Natural Resources NCI Continues Partnership with ODNR AOCI Community Justice Summit Comments are closed.