Authors: Senator John Waterman, Senator James Tomes, Senator Brent Steele
Co-authors: Senator Joseph Zakas, Senator Lonnie Randolph, Senator Douglas Eckerty, Senator Lindel Hume
Sponsors: Representative Casey Cox
Co-Sponsors: Representative Wendy McNamara, Representative Gail Riecken, Representative Matthew Lehman
Provides that "law enforcement agency", for purposes of receiving information concerning a violation of the human trafficking statute, includes the attorney general and an agency whose principal function is the apprehension of criminal offenders. Specifies that the attorney general has the same authority as a law enforcement agency to access and maintain information regarding a violation of the human trafficking statute. Permits the attorney general to assist with the investigation and prosecution of a violation of the human trafficking statute.