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AG Yost Announces Blue Ribbon Task Force on the Future of Law Enforcement Training

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the formation of a blue-ribbon task force to examine the future of police training in Ohio, exploring how best to create and deliver world-class continuing education for the state’s roughly 30,000 law enforcement officers.


Petition Summary on Redistricting Does Not Meet Fair and Truthful Requirement

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office has determined that the language in a second petition summary of a proposed state constitutional amendment that would modify the legislative redistricting process does not meet the requirement of being fair and truthful.   


AG Yost Files Another Odometer-Tampering Lawsuit, Sends Message: Stop Scamming Ohioans

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is suing a fourth Columbus used-car dealership for allegedly rolling back odometers and selling salvaged vehicles without telling its customers about it.


Forensic and Digital Facial Reconstruction of Stark County John Doe Released to Public

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Stark County Sheriff George T. Maier and Stark County Coroner Dr. Ron Rusnak today released a forensic facial reconstruction of an unidentified man whose remains were discovered in Canton on Dec. 22, 2001.


Former Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Sentenced for Falsification

Former Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Pinkey Carr was found guilty and sentenced for falsification following an investigation by the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.


AG Yost Expands Access to Law Enforcement Training With New OPOTA Close to Home Location

Honoring his commitment to expand access to law enforcement training, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced Owens Community College is the newest regional training provider for the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy’s “OPOTA Close to Home” program.  


AG Yost, 53 Colleagues Urge Congress to Protect Children From AI-Enabled Abuse

Artificial intelligence threatens a new kind of sexual abuse of children, and Attorney General Dave Yost—and every state attorney general in America—are urging Congress to act swiftly.

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