Lieutenant Patrick O Callahan
Lieutenant Patrick O Callahan has been with the Orange Police Department since February 1994. He was promoted to lieutenant in 2005. He is a graduate of the Cuyahoga Community College Police Academy. His duties include general patrol, shift supervision, field training officer, evidence technician and overseeing the detective bureau. Lt. O Callahan currently heads up the multi-jurisdictional Valley Enforcement Group Hostage Negotiation Team (HNT).
Lt. O Callahan has received specialized training in the following areas: hostage negotiation (basic and advanced), crime scene investigation and evidence recovery, field training officer course, police supervision, laser and radar, OC spray, accident investigation, verbal judo, Reid method interview and interrogations, alcohol detection and prosecution (ADAP), critical incident rapid deployment and drug interdiction. Lt. O’Callahan is also a member of the department’s aviation unit and flies remotely piloted aircraft during large scale incidents such as: haz-mat, motor vehicle crashes, disaster areas and tactical incidents.
He is a member of the VEG CART Team and is certified in Fundamentals of Search and Rescue (FUNSAR), certified SARTECH II, and a member of the National Association For Search and Rescue.
Lt. O Callahan is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session 223. He is also a certified firefighter and emergency medical technician.
Lt. O Callahan can be reached at (440) 498-4401 ext. 5060 or dial direct (440) 287-5060[ E-Mail Lt. O Callahan ]