How do I file a charge?
You may file a charge online, by US Mail or in person at one of our regional offices.
What Happens Next
How to Respond to a Charge
Employee SharePoint Site
Employee Web Mail
Civil Rights Reporter
The Commission maintains a database containing information on all charges received and investigated by the agency since 1986. From information in this database, the Commission has prepared a series of graphs and spreadsheets providing data on the numbers and types of charges filed within specified time periods. There is also a link to comparable information provided on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission website so you can compare Ohio statistics with national data. At this time there is no source for comparing information about housing charges, public accommodations charges or higher education charges in Ohio with similar national data.
To obtain a copy please contact us at 1-888-278-7101.