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Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy Revamps Business Model to Better Meet Officer Needs

Tactical Officer Safety Training Remains a Priority


Attorney General Yost Issues Annual Ohio Missing Children Clearinghouse Report

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today released the 2019 Ohio Missing Children Clearinghouse Report, in recognition of National Missing Children’s Day, which occurs annually on May 25.


Yost Argues for Separation of Power, Leads Coalition Supporting Dismissal of Case Against Gen. Flynn

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today led a coalition of 15 attorneys general from around the country in filing a brief to the United States District Court for the District of Columbia supporting the federal government’s motion to dismiss the case against Gen. Michael Flynn.


Missing Ohio Man Identified as Victim of Unsolved Florida Homicide

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Ashtabula County Sheriff William Johnson announced today that an Ohio man missing since 1993 has been identified as the victim of an unsolved Florida homicide.


BCI Invites Public Comment During Virtual Accreditation Assessment

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies) assessment of the Ohio Attorney General's Bureau of Criminal Investigation has been rescheduled for May 18 through May 22. The assessment will be conducted virtually. 


AG Yost Identifies $4.6 Million in Reductions to Help Offset State Revenue Shortfall

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced plans to trim over $4.6 million from his office’s budget to help soften the blow of COVID-19 on the state’s finances.


Pair Sentenced in Preble County Sexual Assault Cases

Two Preble County men were sentenced today for sexual assaults.   


AG Yost Sues Defunct Columbus Car Dealership Over Title Problems

Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a consumer protection lawsuit against a defunct used car dealership and its owner who failed to deliver vehicle titles to customers in central Ohio.


AG Yost Partners with OSU and Nonprofit to Study Charitable Impacts During COVID-19 Pandemic

Like other sectors, COVID-19 is limiting how charities operate with a new study showing that more than one in four Ohio nonprofits are not able to provide any services due to its economic fallout and an additional 50% are doing so at a significantly reduced capacity.


Statement From Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following statement regarding the death of former Pickaway County Sheriff Dwight Radcliff.

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