- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 13, 2015

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana’s attorney general is traveling to Mexico City for a conference discussing issues such as human trafficking, drug trafficking and online privacy crimes.

Attorney General Greg Zoeller’s office says he’s spending two days at the conference this week with attorneys general from other U.S. states and their Mexican counterparts. Zoeller and the other conference participants both countries are expected to sign an agreement to share information on money laundering and other crimes and assist Mexican officials with investigation and prosecution techniques.

About 70 prosecutors and investigators from Mexico attended a training seminar held in Indianapolis in 2010.

Zoeller’s office says the Conference of Western Attorneys General Alliance Partnership is paying for his trip.

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