Two Former Ohio Attorneys General Endorse Robinson-Bond
While working with the Ohio Attorney General's Office, Alice Robinson-Bond led a special statewide child abuse investigative/prosecution unit; and served as Chief of the Crime Victim Section. In those roles, she assisted staff from the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI) with child abuse investigations; prosecuted sexual predators; trained prosecutors and law enforcement on best practices in investigation and prosecution of sexual assault crimes; reimbursed victims for out-of-pocket expenses as a result of crimes; administered grants to local victim service providers throughout Ohio's 88 counties; and developed and conducted an annual conference for over 1,000 crime victim advocates.
Robinson-Bond led over 80 employees in providing services to those who have been victimized; in developing and implementing training to prevent, investigate, prosecute, and recover from crimes; and in working with other national, state, and local officials on victim rights initiatives.
“I am so honored to receive this support from those who personally know my professional work, and who are so respected statewide througout the law enforcement community,” stated Robinson-Bond. “I am blessed to have been able to help with their pro-victim, pro-law enforcement initiatives throughout my career, and look forward to bringing those experiences back home to Champaign County.”
For more information about Alice Robinson-Bond’s professional experiences, the candidate's website can be found at www.alicerobinsonbond.com