Ohio State Highway Patrol Auxiliary - Ohio State Highway Patrol-Auxiliary

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Department Ohio State Highway Patrol Auxiliary
Job TitleOhio State Highway Patrol-Auxiliary
Deadline Dec 31, 2024 11:59 PM Eastern
Location 58 Patrol Post Across Ohio, OH
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Patrol Auxiliary (Volunteer Force)


The Ohio State Highway Patrol Auxiliary is an all-volunteer force that provides assistance to troopers in the course of their duties. Crash scene and traffic stop assistance, traffic control, disaster relief and special detail support are among the duties of an Auxiliary officer.

The OSHP Auxiliary was formed in 1942 when many commissioned troopers began entering the armed forces during World War II. At that time, membership was limited to members of the American Legion, which was largely made up of war veterans unlikely to be drafted into service.

After the war, the Auxiliary was a critical component of Ohio's Civil Defense Plan, with officers assigned to vital crossroads to assist with evacuation and convoy movement.

Today, Auxiliary members contribute thousands of hours in an assortment of functions. Each is required to log a minimum of 120 hours per year to remain active. Current requirements to become an Auxiliary are:


  • Ohio Resident with valid Ohio driver license
  • Age 18-57 (except for retired OSHP officers)
  • Good physical condition
  • Weight proportionate to height
  • No felony convictions
  • Pass a background investigation
  • Pre-employment polygraph exam
  • Ability to communicate in a clear manner
  • Availability for training and service
  • Applicants must pass a medical exam, which must be conducted by a physician at their own expense. Applicants must also pass written and physical tests. Auxiliary members are required to conform to grooming standards and purchase a uniform.


To be conducted at a local Highway Patrol Post:

  • Run: 1.5 mile run at the 20th percentile time indicated by the Cooper Institute standards for the applicant’s age and gender.
  • Push-ups: Minimum number of pushups indicated by the 20th percentile of the Cooper Institute standards for the applicant’s age and gender.
  • Sit-ups: Minimum number of sit-ups indicated by the 20th percentile of the Cooper Institute standards for the applicant’s age and gender.


A background investigation will be conducted to determine your suitability for selection as an Auxiliary. The following issues in your background could result in your application’s rejection:

• Felony or domestic violence conviction;
• Conviction for drug-related violation;
• Excessive use of alcohol;
• Anti-social behavior;
• Poor driving record, (i.e., numerous crashes or moving violations).

To learn more about the OSHP Auxiliary, go to www.oshpauxiliary.org.





Please direct questions regarding this position to marush@dps.ohio.gov

Jobs close at 11:59 PM (Eastern) on the deadline date specified, or when the position capacity has been met, or unless otherwise specified in the announcement. If the deadline date is not specified in the announcement, the agency has sole discretion on setting the deadline and jobs may close without notice. It is the applicant's responsibility to thoroughly read and understand the deadline requirements and capacity limits as outlined by the agency.

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