Victims of human trafficking are often compelled to participate in a variety of illegal activities, resulting in multiple records of arrests and convictions. Criminal records, particularly those related to prostitution, theft, and drugs, create serious barriers to employment, housing, education, family relationship, and other assets for healthy community integration. Learn more about overcoming these barriers.
This guide is a general source of information about criminal records and expungement. It is designed to help people understand eligibility and procedures for criminal record sealing in Ohio. It is not a substitute for individualized legal advice. For answers to specific questions, it is best to consult an attorney.
Sister Sally Duffy, SC, joined the OJPC Board in March 2018. Sister Sally has been a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati since 1977. She was President/CEO of the SC Ministry Foundation from 2004 to 2017. Sally has served in various administrative capacities including hospital President/CEO and VP Student Affairs. Sally’s current board service includes: TriHealth […]
OJPC Board Member Dan Meyer writes powerfully on the benefits of Fair Hiring in this Cincinnati Enquirer op-ed.