Crime Prevention Breakfast & Awards
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Join us for the Annual Crime Prevention Breakfast and Awards featuring keynote speaker Ohio Attorney General, Dave Yost. Awards will be given for the Canton City Police Department Office of the Year, Stark County Sheriff’s Office Deputy of the Year, Community Police Officer of the Year, and the Stark County Crime Prevention Citizen of the Year.
The Crime Prevention Breakfast is a special opportunity to show our appreciation for the hard work and dedication by Stark County law enforcement agencies.
You can support and honor these individuals, by purchasing tickets for the breakfast, either for yourself, or for distribution to the various law enforcement agencies. Your support helps honor these officers and allows officers from Stark County law enforcement agencies to receive a complimentary breakfast.
- CANTON-STARK COUNTY EXCHANGE CLUB
- CANTON REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
- STARK COUNTY CHIEFS OF POLICE ASSOCIATION
- STARK COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE
- CANTON CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
- STARK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
- STARK COUNTY SAFETY COUNCIL
ABOUT ATTORNEY GENERAL YOST:
Dave Yost was re-elected as Ohio’s 51st attorney general on Nov. 8, 2022, receiving more votes than any other attorney general in the state’s history.
During his first term as the state’s chief legal officer, he quickly gained a national reputation as a fearless advocate for the rule of law — or, as he puts it, “the same rules for everybody.”
Yost’s goal is to “do big good” for the people of Ohio by protecting consumers, rooting out corruption, defending the environment, ensuring an open and competitive marketplace, and fulfilling the many other duties of the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
Yost began his public-service career as Delaware County auditor, later winning election as that county’s prosecutor. From 2011 through 2018, he served as Ohio’s auditor of state and, in January 2019, began his first term as attorney general.
Yost earned his bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University and law degree from Capital University. He and his wife, Darlene, live in Franklin County; they have three grown children and four grandchildren.