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Ohio Public Records

Named after the Ohio river, the state of Ohio is home to 11,614,373 Americans, making it the 7th most populous state in the country. Birth records from 1908 and death records from 1954 are held by the Ohio Department of Health. Ohio releases these records as public records combined with military pensions information, naturalizations and court records. Marriage records are kept by probate courts and divorce records are held by the county court. An index of both types of records is held at the Office of Vital Statistics.

Ohio Crime Rate and Criminal Records

The state of Ohio has a crime rate of 2,880 violent and property crimes committed per every 100,000 residents. The prison population in Ohio is 52,233 inmates that reside in 28 correctional facilities across the state. The criminal records of prisoners, past and present, are held by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) that releases them as public records after filing a written request.

Ohio Economy

The two largest cities in Ohio in terms of population are Columbus, with a population of 860,090 residents, and Cleveland with a population of 385,809 as of 2016. The median household income in Columbus is $47,401 and in Cleveland, the number is $28,831. The state of Ohio has a relatively stable economy that keeps growing each year and contributing to the entire country's revenue. The major industries in the state are the automotive industry, agriculture, steel, aerospace and the manufacturing small appliances.

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