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Lives forever changed

Bev Flowers: Her recovery was worth fighting for
“Recovery is always possible.” Those are the words of Bev Flowers, who knows the road back from opiate addiction.


Q&A: Insights from outreach: Coordinator is a force multiplier for grassroots efforts

Jennifer Biddinger joined the Attorney General’s Office in late 2011 to support Ohioans determined to fight drugs in their communities. Demand for the assistance continues to grow, leading to plans to expand outreach capabilities.


Drug-related resources

Attorney General’s Office

  • Several resources and links are available at
  • Prosecution assistance (Matt Donahue): 614-629-8340
  • BCI Tip Line: 855-BCI-OHIO (855-224-6446)
  • Education and outreach (Jennifer Biddinger): 614-644-5808
  • Research (Jonathan Fulkerson): 614-466-4320
  • Grant advice (Jonathan Vega): 614-466-6963
  • Victim assistance (Tannisha Bell): 614-466-8245
  • Legislative information (Erica Wilson): 614-728-2279
  • Law enforcement training (Mary Davis): 740-845-2696
  • Prescription drug drop boxes (Linda Ubokudom): 614-728-6069


Projects to enhance OHLEG’s usability, security

Attorney General Mike DeWine is implementing several recommendations to enhance the security and usability of the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway (OHLEG), already considered one of best statewide law enforcement information systems in the nation.


Some quick reminders for courts

1. Hopper Act requires reporting of mental health information
Ohio’s new Deputy Suzanne Hopper Act requires that courts report certain mental health information to law enforcement for inclusion in the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).

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