The dissociation of OCS at 222 nm produces both S(1D) and S(3P). By monitoring the Doppler profile of the minor S (3P2) product on the 3D03 ← 3P2 transition it is determined that the branching ratio for this triplet channel is 5% relative to the singlet channel. Detailed analysis of the Doppler profiles provides an anisotropy parameter of β=0.3±0.2 and a recoil speed distribution whose average energy is 37% of the 19881 cm-1 available energy. The remainder of the energy, 12525 cm-1, is deposited into CO vibration and rotation. The distributions for both the relative translation and the CO internal energy are broad.