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Funded since 2009, supported by the Women’s Center, and recently expanded to OHIO’s regional campuses, the Survivor Advocacy Program provides: “It is because of the initiative taken by the Women’s Center and the Ohio University Survivor Advocacy Program that the Not Anymore program is being implemented,” Dietzel said.

“We selected, customized and will oversee the implementation of the program.” Dietzel explained that the University selected the Not Anymore specifically because it is an interactive program, uses a peer-to-peer approach, and incorporates pre-program and post-program testing.

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Ohio’s Sex Offender Registration and Notification law (S. Most recently in 2007, the Ohio State Legislature passed Senate Bill 10, which implemented the Adam Walsh Child Protection Safety Act of 2006, a federal law which requires the classification of sex offenders into three tiers based on the severity of the offense. These offenders must register their home, school, and work addresses, report any changes in addresses, and periodically verify addresses with the sheriff's office.

One of the victims that was inside the trailer when the fire was allegedly set received burns on his body and was transported by Meigs EMS to the Holzer Emergency Room of Pomeroy for treatment.

The other victim that was inside the residence at the time was able to escape the burning residence and was not injured.

With all of these charges, Cozart will serve a consecutive 22 years in prison.

_____ UPDATE: Law enforcement officials identified the victim as 57-year-old Wallace Chafin of Pomeroy, Ohio.

Deputies, after arriving on the scene, had received information that Persons had set the fire to his residence when other people were inside at the time.Assistance was requested for the Ohio State Fire Marshal’s office to assist in this investigation.Other fire departments that had responded to this fire were Chester Fire Department, Bashan Fire Department and the Tuppers Plains Fire Department.Not Anymore is also the only program of its kind approved by the Department of Justice, which allocates Violence Against Women Act funding.Not Anymore also complements efforts by the Obama Administration to address the issue of sexual assault on college campuses.

Deputies, after arriving on the scene, had received information that Persons had set the fire to his residence when other people were inside at the time.

Assistance was requested for the Ohio State Fire Marshal’s office to assist in this investigation.

Other fire departments that had responded to this fire were Chester Fire Department, Bashan Fire Department and the Tuppers Plains Fire Department.

Not Anymore is also the only program of its kind approved by the Department of Justice, which allocates Violence Against Women Act funding.

Not Anymore also complements efforts by the Obama Administration to address the issue of sexual assault on college campuses.

All names presented here were gathered at a past date.