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Officers urged to carry Marsy’s Law cards

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is encouraging law enforcement officers to distribute the new “You Have Rights” card to victims of crime.

5/7/2018

Updates made to improve dorms

 Officers staying in the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) dorms in London should rest more comfortably now that two new air handlers have been installed and changes have been made to the ventilation system.

5/7/2018

Photo technique puts missing mom’s case in spotlight

An age-progression photo technique used by the Ohio Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) can put the spotlight on unsolved missing persons cases.

5/7/2018

Work-related trauma takes toll on health

Trauma, either witnessed or experienced second-hand by first responders, health care professionals, and victim advocates, can have a lasting negative effect, but there are ways to protect oneself and become more resilient, according to Kenneth R. Yeager, director of the STAR (Stress, Trauma, and Resilience) Program at The Ohio State University.

5/7/2018

Advocates share ways to make a difference in opioid crisis

In the fourth installment of the Ohio Attorney General’s “Ideas” series addressing the state’s opioid crisis, guest speakers and panelists focused on the collaboration necessary to bring about addiction recovery and the latest research about the disease.

5/7/2018
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