Tracy Barnhart - Juvenile Corrections

Tracy Barnhart

Juvenile Corrections

with Tracy Barnhart

Tracy E. Barnhart is a Marine combat veteran of Desert Storm/Desert Shield. Upon leaving the Marines in 1992, he became a police officer with the City of Galion, Ohio PD. Barnhart was the youngest officer to attain the rank of Staff Lieutenant and established a productive community-oriented policing program. Barnhart then left Galion to become the Chief of Police for the Village of Edison, Ohio where he continued his effective community education programs. Barnhart attained his Ohio Peace Officers Training Commission as a Unit Instructor teaching several law enforcement and correctional courses at the state academy.

In 2000, Barnhart left law enforcement to start a career with the Ohio Department of Youth Services in juvenile corrections at the Marion, Ohio Juvenile Corrections Facility. The Marion Juvenile Correctional Facility is maximum security male correctional facility housing over 320 with over forty beds being super maximum security lock down capable. Barnhart deals with male felony offender’s ages 16 to 21 with violent criminal convictions and aggressive natures.

Tracy has a wonderful wife of over ten years, Nikki and three children Bailey, Aaron and Elise, who take up all his spare time. He spends as much time as he can training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at Shawn Chitwood’s in Lexington, Ohio and continues to advance so that he can train others in current officer survival techniques.

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