Attorney General candidate Marty Jackley address issue involving missing indigenous women

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- The South Dakota legislature this year has debated and passed some bills that would fund expanded efforts by the Attorney Generals office to search for missing women, with a focus on indigenous women.

Former Attorney General Marty Jackley, who is running for that job again, says he has a lot of experience in that area.

Jackley says the added funding will help in locating more missing women.

Jackley says state and tribal law enforcement cooperate very well.

Jackley served as Attorney General for ten years, then lost the republican primary for Governor to Kristi Noem in 2018.