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A checklist for supervisors: Planning for officer-involved shootings

The critical first minutes after an officer-involved shooting are chaotic, commonly characterized by confusion, conflicting information and sensory overload. Creating order out of the chaos and taking command necessitate a level of confidence that can come from preparation. These suggestions serve as a guide.


How familial DNA led to ‘a serial killer’

A familial DNA test rarely used in Ohio led to the arrest of Samuel W. Legg III, a former truck driver suspected of killing at least three women decades ago — and maybe his stepdaughter.


Low-profile state commission helps local police fight organized crime

The Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission would be the last crime-fighting group to crow about the many wins it has helped engineer through its 33-year history.


A letter from Attorney General Dave Yost on victim advocates

I don’t pretend to know what it’s like to be the victim of a violent crime, or what it’s like to have a family member experience such a violation. 


Grants will help trafficking victims

As attorney general, Dave Yost is emphasizing the fight against human trafficking, and he is turning up the pressure.

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