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Alliance police officer building a better city, one child at a time

ALLIANCE, Ohio — When the transition from elementary to intermediate school proved difficult for Carter, he found a refuge in a martial arts program for kids run by Police Officer Roy Tittle.

10/2/2019

Q&A: Jennifer Rausch, Legal Director of the Attorney General's Human Trafficking Initiative

What does your new job entail? The attorney general has set four priorities to fight human trafficking, and it’s my job to help him accomplish them. They are:

10/2/2019

A letter from Dave Yost: Human trafficking turns girls into slaves

I wish Julia Roberts and Richard Gere had never made “Pretty Woman.” That movie, a Cinderella story about a prostitute who finds love and a good man in the course of her working life, begs a question: Why should society tell two adults that one cannot pay the other for sex?

10/2/2019

Record-setting deputy has volunteered with Meigs County for 66 years

At 91, Howard Mullen owns an official Meigs County Sheriff's Office deputy’s uniform, a 1947 Ford kitted out like an old-time police car and the record as Ohio’s longest-certified law officer. But since he started in 1953, he has always served the sheriff’s office on a part-time, volunteer basis.

8/5/2019

A letter from Dave Yost: Announcing new science-based efforts to fight addiction

Battling the opioid epidemic — and saving lives — must encompass a holistic approach, one involving law enforcement, treatment, education and prevention. That last component calls for a thorough exploration of what we can do to stop more people from falling victim to opioid addiction. 

8/5/2019
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