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BCI delivers crucial intel

In what Prosecutor Andrew Wilson calls “the most logistically complex case in the history of Clark County,” a bookkeeper embezzled more than $1.7 million from a Springfield manufacturing company over a span of 10 years, writing more than 1,000 corporation checks to herself, her creditors, and even her grown children’s creditors. She was sentenced in March to eight years in prison and ordered to make full restitution.

4/23/2014

Conference stresses crime victims’ access to justice

The Attorney General’s Two Days in May Conference on Victim Assistance offers Ohio’s victim advocates and others in the criminal justice community a variety of unique and compelling professional development opportunities. Registration is now open for the conference, scheduled for May 12–13 at the Hyatt Regency Columbus.

4/23/2014

From the Attorney General

I was raised in a family that placed extraordinary emphasis on customer service. My grandparents ran a small seed business in Yellow Springs, and my parents built the operation into a leading exporter of seed grains and grasses. That doesn’t happen without caring deeply about your customers’ satisfaction, and I’ll be forever grateful to my parents and grandparents for passing that value on to me.

4/23/2014

Q&A: OPOTA director prioritizes training that’s timely and responds to local needs

Mary Davis brings experience in local law enforcement and curriculum development to her position as head of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy. Here, she shares insight and plans for OPOTA.

4/23/2014

OPOTA assists Ohio agencies with 2014 CPT requirement

A new link on the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy webpage provides information on courses that meet the 2014 Continuing Professional Training (CPT) requirement related to crimes against families.

4/23/2014
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