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A letter from the Attorney General:

Many of Ohio’s children are practically raising themselves, as one or both of their parents are dependent on drugs and cannot properly provide for them. The chaos at home spills over into every area of their lives. Truancy, poor school performance, and behavior problems are all side effects of the difficulties these children are experiencing.


Conference videos

For the “Ideas For Our Future” conference, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office produced videos that focus on how to help young victims of the opioid epidemic. 


Children pay price for chaos at home, study shows

The negative experiences of children affect who they become, their physical and mental wellness, and their ability to succeed in life, according to a pediatrician and expert on child abuse featured at the Ohio Attorney General’s “Ideas for Our Future” conference.


Conference, symposium shine spotlight on work of victim advocates

During the 2018 Two Days in May Conference on Victim Assistance May 14-15 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Special Investigations Division Chief Richard A. Bell of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office were among the featured speakers who recognized the important work of advocates and of all of those involved in delivering justice in rape cases going back decades.


Officers urged to carry Marsy’s Law cards

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is encouraging law enforcement officers to distribute the new “You Have Rights” card to victims of crime.

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