As of 2015, the Ohio Attorney General provides services at four regional offices, three investigative services offices, three training campuses and a main office in Columbus, Ohio, according to the office of Mike DeWine, Ohio Attorney General. The offices provide services to support Ohio residents, law enforcement and government agencies.Continue Reading
The main office of the Attorney General is located in Columbus, Ohio, near the Capitol Square, explains the office of Mike DeWine. Additional offices are located in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Richfield, Toledo and Youngstown. An additional continental center is located in Columbus, in addition to the main office.
The main office of the BCI investigative services division of the Attorney General is located in London, Ohio, with additional offices in Athens, Bowling Green and Cambridge, notes the office of Mike DeWine. Training centers, known as OPOTA training centers, are located in London, Ohio.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office provides services to businesses, law enforcement agencies, crime victims, military service members, veterans and consumers residing in Ohio, according to the office of Mike DeWine. Services range from investigating and resolving consumer complaints, protecting nursing home residents, advocating for civil rights of Ohio residents and running state crime labs to investigating debt collection.Learn more about Law