The Put-in-Bay Marine
Patrol Unit is responsible for patrol the waterways surrounding the
islands of Put-in-Bay. Put-in-Bay Township is the largest
township in the state of Ohio, and most of it is water. The
Marine Patrol Unit also responds to various emergency calls not only to
vessels in distress, but also to emergencies on the various islands of
Put-in-Bay Township. This also includes transporting Emergency
Medical Service Paramedics to and from emergency calls on the various
islands of Put-in-Bay Township.
The Marine Patrol Unit
is also in communication with the Department of Homeland Security and
forwards suspicious activity for further investigation. The
waters of Put-in-Bay Township boarder Canadian waters, which is only a
few miles north of North Bass Island.
is for the Put-in-Bay Marine Patrol Unit to provide Safety Checks on
vessels. More laws and information is available on the Ohio
Department of Natural Resources Boaters Guide website.