Cuyahoga County Prosecutor

Hotlines

Child Abuse/ Neglect  216.696.KIDS
Children Who Witness Violence  216.443.7345
Crime Stoppers  216.252.7463
Cuyahoga County Whistleblowers  216.698.2999
Domestic Violence Help  216.391.4357
Elder Abuse  216.420.6700
Environmental Crime  800.282.9378
MADD/Victim-Survivor Help  877.MADD.HELP
Ohio Consumer Protection  800.282.0515
Rape Crisis Center Help  216.619.6192
Suicide Prevention  216.623.6888

In The Community






A new set of statistical measures developed by the Prosecutor’s Office tracks the performance of the Criminal Justice System in Cuyahoga County.

News from the Prosecutor’s Office

No criminal charges in shooting by Richland County Deputies

Mansfield, Ohio – The three Richland County Sheriff’s Deputies who shot 28-year-old Brian Garber to death were justified in their use of deadly force and will not face criminal charges in the case, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty announced today. more...

Attorney General DeWine Announces $450,000 Grant for Cuyahoga County Sexual Assault Kit Task Force

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that he will provide significant new resources to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office to assist with the hundreds of sexual assault investigations now occurring due to Attorney General DeWine's Sexual Assault Kit (SAK) Testing Initiative. more...

Ex-Cleveland police officer sentenced to 19 years in prison for videotaping sex with teen

A former Cleveland police officer was sentenced to 19½ years in prison Wednesday for videotaping himself having sex with a 15-year-old girl he met at a recreation center. more...

Former police officer sentenced for having sex with teen girl

He was a 42-year-old police officer with a clean record, yet he led a young girl down a terrible path after befriending her. more...

Shooter pleads guilty to killing 5-year-old girl, blinding her mother; faces 18 years to life in prison

The man charged with shooting to death a 5-year-old girl and blinding her mother pleaded guilty Thursday to murder and felonious assault charges that could send him to prison for life. more...