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Attorney General Addresses Akron Community

Attorney General Addresses Akron Community

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost promised the community of Akron an objective, professional and independent investigation of the June 27 officer-involved critical incident that resulted in the death of 25-year-old Jayland Walker.


DTWT Canton

DTWT Canton

Do the Write Thing is a unique, national program designed to give middle school students an outlet to communicate in classroom discussions and then in writing how violence impacts their daily lives.


DTWT Zanesville

DTWT Zanesville

AG Yost’s office launched Do the Write Thing in Ohio last year with Springfield City Schools and this year partnered with three more districts: Zanesville, Canton and Lima. The program allows students to express – maybe for the first time – their experiences with violence.


AG Yost's comments for Springfield's Do The Write Thing program

AG Yost's comments for Springfield's Do The Write Thing program

Do the Write Thing is a unique, national program designed to give middle school students an outlet to communicate in classroom discussions and then in writing how violence impacts their daily lives.


OPOTA Close to Home

OPOTA Close to Home

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is bringing training to Ohio’s law enforcement officers through OPOTA Close to Home, a collaboration between the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy and five regional partners that will extend the reach of OPOTA-certified course offerings.


AG Yost's remarks for the Elder Abuse Forum

AG Yost's remarks for the Elder Abuse Forum

The Ohio Attorney General’s Elder Abuse Commission in partnership with the Ohio Association of Senior Centers, the Ohio Association of Area Agencies on Aging and the Department of Aging presented the Protecting Older Ohioans Forum, Responding to Financial Exploitation, Scams, and Fraud in Facility Settings on Feb. 23, 2022.


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.

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