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Human trafficking victims often counter expectations, summit speakers say

The long line of trafficking-related patients whom Dr. Jennifer Tscholl has treated has driven home the fact that, much like women suffering domestic violence or children who have been sexually abused, human trafficking victims aren’t typically forthcoming about what is happening.


A letter from Dave Yost: First responders key to helping veterans

Many measures, even simple ones, can make a difference for military veterans, and my office stands willing to help any first-responder agency seeking to join the effort.


BCI adds Cold Case Unit, DNA and tech upgrades

‚ÄčThe Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation has made some important changes to better serve its law enforcement partners.


Q&A: Beth Owens, Director of Identification at BCI

Beth Owens, Director of Identification at the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Invetsigation, explains the key role her department plays in protecting law enforcement officers and vulnerable Ohioans.


Policing today: A time to build, not tear down

The summer turmoil actually opens doors for boosting trust and proving the value of police, who took their jobs to help their communities, not hurt them.

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