Lieutenant Shaun J. Robinson of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is currently the Toledo Post Commander. He is responsible for both Lucas and Fulton Counties, with 25 troopers assigned to the post. He is an 18 year veteran of the Patrol with 8 years in supervision.
A Cleveland, Ohio native, he began his career in 2000 and worked at the Sandusky Post. Lt. Robinson has worked in two different districts with past assignments at the Sandusky, Milan, and Bowling Green Posts. In 2016, he became the post commander of the Toledo Patrol Post. While in Toledo, he commands one of the busiest Patrol facilities in the state. He coordinates and partners to reduce fatalities and improve the quality of life for those in Lucas and Fulton Counties.
Lieutenant Robinson earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Criminal Justice from Youngstown State University in 2000.
Captain John C. Altman of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is currently the Findlay District One Commander. He is responsible for the seven post, 200 plus personnel, 12 Northwest Ohio county district. He is a 20 year veteran of the Patrol with 15 years in supervision.
A Youngstown, Ohio native, he began his career in 1998 and worked at the Ravenna Post. Over the next 20 years he has worked in three districts and in eight different positions. Past assignments include Ravenna, Ashtabula, Hiram, and Canfield. In 2008, he became the post commander of the Toledo Patrol Post. While in Toledo, he commanded one of the busiest Patrol facilities in the state. He coordinated and partnered to reduce fatalities and improve the quality of life for those in Lucas and Fulton Counties. Additionally, during his time as a lieutenant and staff lieutenant he has lead and coordinated over 40 dignitary motorcades all over Northwest Ohio.
Currently, he is responsible for coordinating, collaborating, and directing Ohio State Highway Patrol operations and administration in Northwest Ohio. The district he commands works with Federal, State, and Local partners to find solutions to traffic fatalities, traffic crash problems, drug trafficking, and removing other criminals traversing Northwest Ohio.
Captain Altman earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Criminal Justice from Youngstown State University in 2001. He is a 2010 graduate of Northwestern’s Police Staff and Command School. He completed the United States Secret Service’s Dignitary Protection School in Washington D.C. in June of 2012. Further he completed a Master’s of Arts in Justice Administration from the University of Toledo in 2016. In the fall of 2016, he attended the FBI’s Great Lakes Leadership conference and became a FBI LEEDA member. He is a current member of the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP).