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The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is holding its 4th annual “Responding to the Needs of Victims” conference on Friday, September 20th at the Akron/Fairlawn Hilton.


This year we have two great presenters – Anne Munch and Kim Case. 

This year’s training will focus on:

The role of alcohol and drugs on the question of consent.

How to corroborate criminal intent on the part of the offender and take blame off of victims.

Learning strategies for successful investigations and prosecutions.

Ann Munch, Esq. is a dedicated attorney, educator and judge with over 30 years’ experience advocating for victims of crime, with emphasis on sexual assault and domestic violence.   http://annemunch.org/

Kim Case is a renowned speaker recognized for her work creating a positive response for victims. A message of resiliency and hope, Kim shares her experience as a survivor of a sixteen hour hostage situation and multiple rapes which nearly took her life.


If you work with crime victims in any capacity, this is a great training opportunity.

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Link to the National Campaign



The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is starting a new public awareness campaign called “Why I’m A Prosecutor”. The goal of this new campaign is to inform the community of what it’s like to be a prosecutor. From the best part, to the most difficult part, to the most memorable cases, we hope to provide insight to what it means to be a prosecutor and help keep the community safe.

Why I'm A Prosecutor | Elisabeth Jackson


More than 20,000 people in Summit County

are crime victims each year.

We Can Help


 Rape Crisis Center of Medina & Summit Counties

Victim Assistance Program of Summit County

Battered Women’s Shelter of Summit & Medina Counties

Ohio Crime Victims Justice Center



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The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is committed to upholding the laws and statutes of the State of Ohio. We are devoted to making the criminal justice system as accessible as possible to the residents of Summit County.  Our objective has been, and continues to be, the fair and efficient administration of justice while investigating and prosecuting crimes in Summit County as a representative of the People of the State of Ohio.