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State takes action against drugmakers

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a lawsuit on May 31 against five leading prescription opioid manufacturers that he said contributed to the state’s deadly addiction crisis. 

7/20/2017

Webcasts, online courses prove popular with law enforcement

The Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) is providing advanced training to more law enforcement officers than ever thanks in part to live webcasts and online courses, according to
a six-year review.

7/20/2017

Training village opens at OPOTA in London

The first phase of a law enforcement training village, complete with simulators and live role players, was unveiled by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine on May 9 and is now open to officers who take courses at the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) in London. 

7/20/2017

Videos, other resources available online

At the Pickaway County Jail, inmates used to detox while behind bars, immediately relapse when they got out, and wind up back in jail.

4/24/2017

Q&A: D. Michael Sheline, assistant section chief, Ohio Attorney General’s Crime Victim Services Section

The Ohio Attorney General’s Crime Victim Services Section offers aid to victims, training for professionals who work with victims, and crime prevention programs for Ohio communities.

4/24/2017
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