corruption

Politics & Government
2:48 pm
Mon August 4, 2014

Public Corruption Still a Key Focus, Despite Hogsett's Departure

Retiring U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett says the work of the Public Corruption Working Group will continue.
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Joe Hogsett says the U.S. Attorney’s office’s focus on public corruption cases won’t lessen even as he leaves his role leading the office to join the private sector.

Hogsett says when he took office in 2010, a District Court judge told him the office of U.S. Attorney for Indiana’s Southern District hadn’t prosecuted a public corruption case in 20 years. 

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Politics & Government
3:42 pm
Tue April 29, 2014

New State Coalition Takes Aim at Corruption

Indiana State Examiner Paul Joyce and Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced the creation of the new Public Integrity Coalition Tuesday.
Credit Brandon Smith / Indiana Public Broadcasting

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller Tuesday announced the creation of the Public Integrity Coalition, aimed at helping curb public corruption in Indiana.

Attorney General Zoeller describes his role in the coalition as a “force-multiplier,” facilitating efforts between groups such as the State Board of Accounts and the Association of Indiana Counties along with local government leaders to educate and train public officials and employees on best practices for handling taxpayer dollars. 

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