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A Letter From the Attorney General

Since 2011, my office has been working to reform the process for testing sexual assault kits and to better support survivors. We formed an advisory group to study the issue of old rape kits and to offer remedies. It recommended that evidence from any rape kit associated with a crime be tested. 

10/16/2018

Speaker draws from history to fight human trafficking

Kenneth B. Morris Jr., a descendant of both abolitionist Frederick Douglass and civil rights leader Booker T. Washington, will be the keynote speaker at the Ohio Attorney General’s 2018 Law Enforcement Conference. 
 

10/16/2018

Survivors to be able to track rape kits

An electronic tracking system will soon allow sexual assault survivors to monitor the progress of their evidence kits through the testing process.

10/16/2018

Advocate honored for her work with rape survivors

As peace officers, prosecutors, and others were in a symposium across the hall discussing cold-case sexual assault investigations and the importance of victim advocates, one who has been on the forefront of educating about and promoting crime victims’ rights for almost 25 years was being honored as part of the Ohio Attorney General’s Two Days in May Conference on Victim Assistance.
 

7/18/2018

Event shines spotlight on missing persons

In honor of Ohio Missing Persons Day, organized by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office and Battelle, families united on May 19 to remember their loved ones and talk to those who are working to find new leads in their cases.
 

7/18/2018
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