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Governor DeWine recognizes Ohio Court Reporting and Captioning Week

President Terri Sims encourages all Ohio reporters and captioners to share the excitement

In conjunction with NCRA's seventh annual National Court Reporting & Captioning week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted have recognized and declared Ohio Court Reporting & Captioning Week, February 10-17, 2019.  Your OCRA is proud to have achieved this declaration for our profession here in Ohio!

OCRA President Terri Sims is encouraging all court reporters, captioners, videographers, students, and industry colleagues to share the excitement of Ohio's 2019 Court Reporting & Captioning Week.  In addition to the official Resolution, please view Terri's Letter to the Editor sent to all major newspapers in Ohio and be sure to view, print, and share the Resolution and information all around Ohio's courthouses, libraries, colleges - everywhere.

 Click the Resolution shown below to view a full-sized PDF of Ohio's recognition of Court Reporting & Captioning Week

2019 Ohio CR & C Week Recognition

In order to assist in the recognition of the profession of court reporting and captioning around Ohio, each member of our profession is encouraged to spread the word to family, friends, and the public to raise awareness about the growing number of employment opportunities the profession offers.


For more information on raising awareness, including press release templates, logos, et cetera, please visit: and  Be sure to let OCRA know of any events you plan or recognition you receive in your local area so we can share the great news with your fellow Ohioans.

Complete the Court Reporting and Captioning Week celebration with some fun ... sign up now for District C's Paint & Sip

OCRA’s District C is hosting a Paint & Sip Social Event

Sunday, February 17, 2019

The Nest Coworking
1245 S. Sunbury Road #102
Westerville, Ohio 43081

District C

Click here for more information and to sign up for the Paint & Sip!

OCRA is dedicated to providing leadership and direction for the court reporting profession - past, present, and future - by offering educational opportunities and promoting technological advancements, quality services, high ethical standards, and fellowship.

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