Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund Indicted Columbus Vice Cop Resigns "In Bad Standing" By Jim Letizia • Mar 21, 2019 U.S. Attorney's Office Columbus Police vice officer Andrew Mitchell has retired less than a week after being indicted on kidnapping, sexual assault and other charges. Judge Declines To Temporarily Block Changes In Health Coverage For Retired First Responders By Jim Letizia • Dec 29, 2018 aia-akronins.com A Franklin County judge Friday denied a temporary restraining order in the lawsuit seeking to maintain current healthcare coverage for retired Ohio first responders. Ohio First Responders Sue Pension Fund Over Health Benefits By Jim Letizia • Dec 21, 2018 Nearly eight thousand retired first responders have filed a class-action lawsuit against the board of the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund over recent changes to their health care. Retired Police And Firefighters Losing Healthcare By Jim Letizia • Dec 14, 2018 Pension changes could cost retired Ohio first responders their healthcare. Pension Fund Contributions To Rise, Benefits To Be Cut By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Dec 19, 2013 The Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund board has reached a deal that aligns the fund with state law while raising costs and lowering benefits by 570 million dollars. Lawmaker Says Pension Fund Board Deceiving Members By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Sep 13, 2013 Officials are arguing over one of the state's pension system's plan and whether or not it meets state funding requirements. Report: Pension Fund On Uncertain Long-Term Footing By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Sep 10, 2013 A consultant's report shows the Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund is still on uncertain long-term fiscal ground.