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Dayton Woman Indicted for $1.5 Million Theft from Medicaid Program

A Montgomery County woman, previously barred from serving as a Medicaid health care provider, has been indicted for yet again defrauding the Ohio Medicaid program, Ohio Attorney General Yost announced today.


AG Yost Launches Virtual Reality Trainings for Ohio Law Enforcement

As part of the office’s commitment to advancing technology for peace officers, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the launch of a series of immersive virtual reality trainings for law enforcement statewide.


Yost Calls on Federal Government to Stop Cuts to VOCA During 2024 Two Days in May Conference

Addressing nearly 1,000 victim advocates at the office’s annual Two Days in May conference, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today called on U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to reverse the 41% cut to federal funding for the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (VOCA).


OPOTC Unanimously Approves Task Force’s Recommended Changes for Law Enforcement Training

The Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) has unanimously approved recommendations put forth by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s Blue Ribbon Task Force on the Future of Police Training, signaling a significant step forward in transforming the training of Ohio law enforcement.


Attorney General Dave Yost's Statement on Slain Euclid Police Officer

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following statement regarding the death of Euclid Police Officer Jacob Derbin who was killed on Saturday evening in the line of duty.


AG Yost Secures Indictment in High-Profile Poaching Case

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, on behalf of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, announced the indictment of a Wilmington man accused of poaching an 18-point antlered white-tailed deer.


Yost, Other AGs Reach $10.25 Million in Settlements With Wireless Giants Over Deceptive Ads

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced $10.25 million in three multistate settlements with the largest wireless carriers in the United States to resolve the 50 attorneys general investigations into deceptive and misleading advertising practices.


AG Yost Commends Springfield Students for Thoughtful Reflections on Youth Violence

Youth violence has become a growing societal problem that demands prompt attention and effective solutions. The way Springfield middle-schooler Adolfo Cruz Jr. sees it, there’s one obvious place to start.


AG Yost Opens Investigation into the Actions of the Teachers Retirement Board

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has launched an investigation into concerns about the State Teachers Retirement System’s susceptibility to a hostile takeover by private interests.


AG Yost Commends Zanesville Students for Thoughtful Reflections on Youth Violence

Levi Knott, a student at Zanesville Middle School, doesn’t mince words when addressing the problem of peer bullying.

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