To login to OHLEG, you must have applied for and have been granted access. If you wish to request access, click on the "OHLEG Access Application" link on this page and follow the instructions. If you have been granted access, enter your username, ORI, and password in the fields provided. To see a brief description of each application, simply move your mouse over its name and the description will appear under the arch.
To change your password, type your current password in the field provided, then type your desired new password twice to confirm. If your password has expired, type your expired password in the "Current Password" field then type your new password twice in the fields provided.
To launch an application, simply click on its name. To view news items, click on the title of the item you wish to view. To see past news items, click on the "View Archive" button to be taken to a list of past articles. Click on the "Lab Information" button to view information and manuals pertaining to the BCI labs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Logon information case sensitive?
No, the authentication system is not case sensitive.
Does my ORI need to be the full ORI or can I use a shortened version?
The ORI must be entered in the format of OH0120100. The system will not recognize a shortened version of the ORI.
How do I change my password?
From the OHLEG Welcome page, click on the link to 'Change Password'
What is the minimum number of characters for the password and am I required to use 'special' characters?
Strong Passwords must be no less than eight characters in length and contain at least three of the following:
- One upper case alpha character (e.g., A, G, V, B)
- One lower case alpha character (e.g., a, f, b, m)
- One numeric character (e.g., 7, 5, 3, 9)
- One special character (e.g., @, $, *, #) .
Can the entire department use a single login?
No. Each of the personnel in the agency needs to submit a 'Request for Access' form to receive their individual login access.
What is required to get access for OHLEG?
The person wanting to get access to OHLEG will need to submit a 'Request for Access to Investigative Tools' form to the OHLEG Support Group. This form must be signed by their superior.
What is an ORI?
ORI is an acronym for ORIginating Agency Identifier. Each agency has its own unique ORI number.
Where do I get an ORI?
If you do not know your ORI, you can get that number from your TAC officer.