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Gone but never forgotten: Remembering 2019's fallen officers

Because of coronavirus concerns, the Attorney General’s Office followed the lead of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in canceling the Ohio Peace Officers’ Memorial Ceremony. But that doesn’t mean we should postpone honoring the officers who gave their lives in 2019 to protect the people of Ohio. Here are the three killed last year in the line of duty:


Violent Offender Registry reaches one-year mark

‚ÄčOhio’s Violent Offender Registry has been “live” for a year and contains 804 records.


Death penalty report shows downward trend

‚ÄčIn 2019, trials in Ohio resulted in death sentences for six people, the most since 2010 and a rare total for the decade, according to the 2019 Capital Crimes Annual Report.


School threat assessment training now available

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office has produced video training to help law enforcement officers work with schools to create threat assessment teams, a proven method of preventing school violence.


New efforts aim to end human trafficking in Ohio

During the first 11 months of 2019 alone, law enforcement task forces in Ohio rescued 110 trafficking victims and referred 217 more to services. That’s almost 330 Ohioans combined who have not had control of their lives, and it's just the tip of the iceberg.

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