The Warren County Prosecutor’s Office recently released its 2018 Annual Report. The 22-page report recounts events from 2018, including significant cases, a synopsis of the work performed by each division in the office, and the office’s community involvement.
For calendar year 2018, the Prosecutor’s Office was responsible for prosecuting every level of offense, including felonies, juvenile cases, adult misdemeanors, and child support cases. In addition, the office provided legal counsel to 30 county agencies, eight townships, and five public libraries.
The Prosecutor’s Office participated in several community events, including the Miracle League Buddy Program, the Ohio Law Enforcement Torch Run, National Night Out, the Warriors BackPack program, the Justin Back Be a Hero Run, and National Crime Victims’ Rights Week.
Highlighting its fiscal responsibility, the Prosecutor’s Office returned $210,785.54 of its 2018 budget back to the county general fund. As 2019 begins, the Prosecutor’s Office is committed to further improving efficiency while maintaining the highest level of service to the public. To that end, in February 2019, the Prosecutor’s Office is beginning implementation of a new case management system, which will advance the efficiency of daily operations in the office.