Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation Thousands Of Ohio DNA Profiles Missing From Crime Databases By Associated Press • Oct 1, 2018 Pixabay Thousands of DNA profiles legally required to be collected from adults arrested for felonies or convicted of some misdemeanors in Ohio are missing from state and national crime databases, according to a newspaper network's investigation. FBI Will Assist With Investigation Of Columbus Police Vice Unit By Clare Roth • Sep 27, 2018 Andy L/Flickr Chief Kim Jacobs has requested the help of the FBI in investigating Columbus Police’s vice unit. New Body Armor Arrives For State Agents After Grievance By Associated Press • Aug 31, 2018 Flickr New body armor has arrived at the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation to replace bulletproof vests that had expired. Agents With Expired Vests Vented, Prepared For 'Misfortune' By Julie Carr Smyth • Aug 21, 2018 Jay LaPrete / AP Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation agents and supervisors raised repeated concerns about expired body armor for more than a year before a union grievance was filed this May, public records show. DeWine Unveils Body Armor Grants, FOP Critical Of Delay By Associated Press • Aug 15, 2018 Flickr Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says the state's injured worker fund is setting aside a portion of its safety grant funding to help local police agencies pay for bulletproof vests. Cordray-Aligned Sheriffs Slam DeWine Over Expired Bulletproof Vests By Nick Evans • Jun 6, 2018 Bryan Woolston / AP Ohio Sheriffs are criticizing Attorney General and Republican candidate for Governor Mike DeWine over expired body armor. Ohio Clears Backlog Of Untested Rape Kits By Nick Evans • Feb 23, 2018 Nick Evans / WOSU Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Friday that state officials have cleared Ohio's backlog of untested rape kits. The state has been working through nearly 14,000 kits since 2011. Ohio Judge Expected To Survive After Ambush By Gunman At Courthouse By Gabe Rosenberg & Associated Press • Aug 21, 2017 Jefferson County An Ohio judge is in the hospital after being ambushed by a gunman while walking to work at the Jefferson County courthouse in Steubenville on Monday morning. Ohio Opens New Crime Lab In Springfield To Test Opiates By Jess Mador • May 23, 2017 Jess Mador / WYSO Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, along with officials from Clark County and the city of Springfield, unveiled a new Bureau of Criminal Investigation lab in downtown Springfield on Tuesday. Ohio Using Missing Children Databases To Spot Potential Human Trafficking By Andy Chow • Jan 24, 2017 Flickr / Creative Commons State investigators are ramping up their efforts to put an end to human trafficking by taking a closer look at current statistics and data.