OAG Dave Yost Speaking at the Operation Ohio Knows Press Conference
  • 2021 conference 2021 conference

    LEC GOING VIRTUAL

    Registration has opened for the Ohio Attorney General’s Virtual Law Enforcement Conference, scheduled for Oct. 19, 2021. Save your virtual seat at the free event by registering today.

  • $2B WIN FOR OHIOANS Consumer help

    $2B WIN FOR OHIOANS

    AG Yost has stopped FirstEnergy from collecting $100 million a year in fees paid by Ohioans, a result of his second lawsuit over House Bill 6. The combined wins keep nearly $2 billion in Ohioans’ pockets.

  • 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.

  • STOLEN-GUN RECORDS Research tool

    STOLEN-GUN RECORDS

    The Attorney General’s Office offers a new tool for Ohio gun buyers: a database that lists the serial numbers of firearms that have been reported stolen.

  • 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.

  • #JUSTDONTANSWER Consumer help

    #JUSTDONTANSWER

    AG Yost’s new initiative gives Ohioans more
    muscle to fight back against the growing
    problem of illegal and annoying robocalls.

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    Submit a law enforcement tip: 855-BCI-OHIO
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