OAG Dave Yost Speaks at the 2022 Fallen Officer Memorial
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    2022 LAW ENFORCEMENT CONFERENCE

    Please plan to join us Oct. 6-7 at the Hyatt Regency Columbus for Ohio’s preeminent gathering of state, county and municipal law enforcement. Registration closes Sept. 25.

  • TRUE TRANSPARENCY Public access

    TRUE TRANSPARENCY

    AG Yost is committed to post-investigation transparency in fatal officer-involved critical incidents, providing the public access to the full investigative case file.

  • Updated manual available Handgun permits now optional

    Updated manual available

    The new law does not eliminate the rules that govern carrying a concealed handgun or the responsibility of a handgun owner to know those rules. Our updated manual explains the changes.

  • Proposals being sought Proposals being sought

    A CALL FOR WORKSHOP IDEAS

    The Attorney General’s Office is accepting proposals for the breakout sessions for the 2023 Human Trafficking Summit, set to take place in January.

  • ALL ABOUT CHARITIES Something new

    ALL ABOUT CHARITIES

    The attorney general’s Charitable Law Section has launched Charitable Ohio, a website featuring enhanced resources and guidance for charities
    and charity donors.

  • Essential Workers A look at policing

    Essential Workers

    AG Yost strongly backs the law enforcement officers who keep our communities safe and sees in these troubled times an opportunity to build trust.

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    Attorney General’s Help Center: 800-282-0515
    Submit a law enforcement tip: 855-BCI-OHIO
    Settle a  debt: 877-607-6400

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