OSPE-FCC April Luncheon Program

Date:  Thursday, April 18, 2019

Place:  La Scala Restaurant, 4199 W. Dublin Granville Rd., Dublin, OH

Time:  Registration: 11:30 am, Lunch: 11:50 am, Speaker: 12:00 pm, Closing Remarks: 1:00 pm

Cost: Members: $20.00 & Non-Members: $30.00,   SPE@OSU Students: $5


Title: “State Board Investigations”

Synopsis: A presentation that will give the audience a thorough grasp of the laws and rules related to the practices of engineering and surveying in Ohio, to include, the investigative and hearing process that follows a violation of Ohio laws and rules related to Ohio Revised Code Section 4733.

Presenter: Jason P. McLean, Enforcement Supervisor

Biography: Jason McLean is responsible for supervision of the Board’s enforcement and investigations unit. This unit is charged with investigating all complaints against regulated individuals, firms and those attempting to practice without a license. Prior to joining the Engineers and Surveyors Board in January 2009 Jason was an investigator with the state of Ohio for eight (8) years. In addition to his eighteen (18) years’ experience as a state investigator, Jason has (15) years’ experience as a police officer. Jason brings to this Board extensive knowledge of investigations and interviewing experience and continues to serve as a part-time police officer in Ohio.

Jason earned his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Toledo in 1998 and has been a member of the Ohio Investigators Association and the NCEES National Law Enforcement Committee. In addition to his duties for the Board and the NCEES National Law Enforcement Committee, Jason provides licensure, enforcement and ethics presentations concerning the practices of engineering and surveying throughout the state. He has successfully completed several advanced courses in investigative techniques, interviewing, interrogation and regulatory enforcement through organizations such as John E. Reid & Associates, Council on Licensure Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) and the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.

A certificate for 1 hour of Professional Development for attending the program will be presented at the luncheon.