Use the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction's Offender Search to find those who are currently incarcerated in an Ohio prison, currently under Department supervision, judicially released, or who died of natural causes while incarcerated.
The Correctional Institution Inspection Committee is a legislative committee that inspects the prisons of Ohio and evaluates programs, operations, conditions, and the grievance procedure. We welcome and appreciate communication from inmates, prison staff, and concerned citizens in Ohio as it helps us to identify problems or concerns that may need to be addressed.
Please submit your complaint or concern to CIIC. Be as detailed as possible in explaining your complaint/concern. In most cases we will follow up on the complaint/concern by contacting the institution and making an inquiry. We will then write a letter directly to the inmate involved. As we often deal with sensitive information, we will not contact the person who submits the complaint/concern, so as to protect the safety and security of the inmate.
For information on rentry, see the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections Office of Offender Rentry Services.
You will need to contact the Clerk of Courts in the county where you were convicted to obtain information regarding the expungement process. They have access to all of the documents and information to ensure completion of the sentence requirements and determine your eligibility for application.
Use the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction's Offender Search to find offenders who are currently incarcerated in an Ohio prison, currently under Department supervision, judicially released, or who died of natural causes while incarcerated.
The Ohio Attorney General's Consumer Protection Section contains an Identity Theft Unit to help victims of identity theft. The unit currently offers two programs: Traditional Assistance and Self-Help Assistance.