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Sound advice vital for youth

By Kathleen Nichols

With a new school year under way, criminal justice professionals are sure to receive calls from parents and school officials seeking assistance with technology misuse incidents such as cyberbullying and sexting. In responding, it is important to offer substantive advice and assistance, even though many such cases never escalate to a criminal level.


Resources are a click away

Dozens of law enforcement resources are available on the Ohio Attorney General’s website. Here is a recap of the most popular available at


Online or on the road, OPOTA serves local law enforcement

The Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) is reaching out to serve local law enforcement by making trainings even more convenient for time-strapped and budget-conscious agencies across Ohio.


Observance sheds light on domestic violence

By Alissa Romstadt

Victim advocates are lighting the night sky this October in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office is partnering with Ohio programs and agencies in the Purple Light Nights campaign and other activities to raise awareness about domestic violence issues.


News & Notes

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office and law enforcement agencies throughout Ohio will take part in a national initiative to collect and properly dispose of prescription medications.

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