The Support Services Bureau includes the Community Impact Unit, Community Education Unit, Detective Bureau, the accreditation process and the Traffic Accident Investigation Unit. The bureau also focuses on safety for City special events, including the Independence Day Concert and fireworks, as well as the Dublin Irish Festival. Deputy Chief Greg Lattanzi leads the bureau.

During his career, Deputy Chief Lattanzi has served as a patrol officer, traffic enforcement officer, defensive tactics instructor, patrol corporal, patrol sergeant, field training supervisor and the operations bureau commander. Deputy Chief Lattanzi has been a member of the Dublin Police Department since 2005.

Deputy Chief Lattanzi is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and earned a bachelor’s degree in Public Safety Management from Franklin University. He is also a graduate of the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police leadership courses including the Supervisory Training and Education Program (STEP) and Police Executive Leadership College (PELC), as well as Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command. Deputy Chief Lattanzi also serves as an advisor for the State of Ohio Office of Law Enforcement Recruitment.

Deputy Chief Lattanzi lives in Marysville with his wife, Ashley, and has two children, Brayden and Makenzie.

Dublin, Ohio, USA

5555 Perimeter Drive
Dublin, Ohio, 43017

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