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Attorney General’s staff updating basic peace officer curriculum

In addition to its role in overseeing advanced peace officer training, the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) sets the curricula for basic peace officer training as well as that of parole, probation, and corrections officers; jailers; bailiffs; private security officers; and humane agents.


Attorney General takes steps to reduce turnaround times for DNA testing

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI) is working to reduce lab turnaround times for DNA testing by streamlining processes, adding staff, and increasing the use of technology.


Appeals Section, prosecutors team up on Ohio Supreme Court cases

By Mary Alice Casey

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office stands ready to assist county prosecutors’ offices in their cases before the Ohio Supreme Court.


AG to partner with BGSU on new facility

A plan to build the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s new Northwest Ohio office on the Bowling Green State University campus offers benefits for law enforcement in that region and the field of forensic science in general.


AG targets criminals who prey on children

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's new Crimes Against Children Initiative is a comprehensive plan to target sex offenders who prey on kids.

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