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AG Yost talks about Operation Ohio Knows

AG Yost talks about Operation Ohio Knows

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced that 161 people were arrested and 51 potential human trafficking victims were helped in a statewide operation for which nearly 100 federal, state and local law enforcement agencies partnered with non-governmental and nonprofit organizations.


Worn, Used, and Consumed: The consumer's responsibility to demand reduction

Worn, Used, and Consumed: The consumer's responsibility to demand reduction

From Corporate CEO's to Family-owned Businesses, from Ohio Farmers to Statewide Factories, this workshop will discuss the responsibilities consumers & businesses have to reduce the Demand of Trafficking in Humans.


Light Ohio Blue

Light Ohio Blue

Light Ohio Blue is a campaign to show support to the law enforcement personnel who protect our communities and a way to honor and pay respect to the officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.


2021 Ohio Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony

2021 Ohio Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony

The Ohio Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony honored the officers who have given their lives in the line of duty. We share our deepest gratitude for those who wear the badge, past & present, for their unwavering dedication & selflessness to protecting Ohio.


Ohio Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony 2021 (full program including Honor Roll Call)

Ohio Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony 2021 (full program including Honor Roll Call)

AG Yost, members of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission, & law enforcement officers from throughout the state gathered today for the 33rd annual Ohio Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony to honor the officers who have given their lives in the line of duty.


AG Yost talks about Operation 614

AG Yost talks about Operation 614

Operation 614, coordinated through AG Yost’s Ohio Organized Crime Investigations Commission, encompassed more than 20 law enforcement agencies and nongovernmental partners to address issues that fuel sex trafficking in central Ohio.


Lori Nesson

Lori Nesson

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Reynoldsburg Division of Police Chief Curtis Baker today announced that forensic testing has solved the 1974 killing of a 15-year-old girl. Lori Nesson, an honors student at Columbus’ Eastmoor High School, was found deceased on Sept. 28, 1974, on the west side of Reynoldsburg. She had last been seen after a school football game the night before. Constrained by the technology available at the time, the case grew cold as investigators were unable to figure out what had happened to Lori.

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