Mission:

The Cuyahoga County Agency of Inspector General's Mission is to promote honesty and accountability in County Government. To this end, we commit to you that if you report an allegation of wrongdoing to our Agency it will be fully investigated and when appropriate a referral for further governmental intervention or internal discipline will be made. It is no longer business as usual in Cuyahoga County. This is about a change in the way we do business. We owe it to ourselves, to the taxpayers and to the residents of the county to engage in business practices of the highest ethical standards.

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First Half 2016


The AIG initiated nine (9) investigations directly based on complaints received during this reporting period.  

During this reporting period, the AIG issued findings on and closed twenty-two (22) investigations. 

Closed Investigations - Backlog Reduced 36%

During this reporting period, the oldest cases -- cases that were pending on the docket beyond a year.  Staff members completed the written reports for cases that had previously been investigated and/or determined low priorities.  Consequently, the AIG successfully reduced the backlog by 36% between January 1, 2016 and June 30, 2016. The total number of older cases in inventory was reduced from 42 to 27 - including additional cases that "aged into" the inventory. The AIG intends to reduce this backlog even further.