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Detective receives first Special Courage Award at conference

A detective who works to bridge the gap between children’s services and law enforcement was recognized with the first Special Courage Award during the awards ceremony of the 2017 Two Days in May Conference on Victim Assistance. 

7/20/2017

Pay attention to surroundings, survivor says

Gina DeJesus, who was abducted and held captive with two other girls for more than nine years in Cleveland,  urged the attendees of the May 20 in Reynoldsburg for National Missing Children’s Day to be more observant and ask more questions about things they see going on around them.

7/20/2017

Did you know?

Since the passage of House Bill 366 in 2014, hospice providers have been required to request that any opioids remaining after a patient’s treatment or death be turned over to hospice by the family for disposal. (The disposal occurs at the patient’s home and is witnessed.)

7/20/2017

Advocates look for ways to help vulnerable children

About 120 advocates gathered at the 2017 Two Days in May Conference on Victim Assistance to brainstorm about the crime of child abuse and ways to work together on new methods of prevention, intervention, and accountability.

7/20/2017

Updated CODIS DNA kits being introduced to agencies

The Ohio Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) will soon be providing a new type of DNA collection kit to law enforcement agencies. The updated Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) kits, which are less bulky and use a preservative paper, will be mailed out as agencies request more DNA collection kits.

7/20/2017
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