From managing the “Do Not Call” list to helping reconnect owners to unclaimed property, the office of Indiana Attorney General plays an important role for consumers. This week, the mobile office for Curtis T. Hill Jr. will be visiting the downtown location of Elkhart Public Library.
From about 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, June 9, the attorney general’s constituent services team will set up in the Second Street parking lot. Hill, an Elkhart native who was elected to state office in 2016, is scheduled to attend, as well.
In addition to well-known services, the state office provides consumer protection from deceptive and predatory business practices. Officials also execute the Patient Abuse and Neglect Program to protect Hoosiers in residential care facilities, and the Identity Theft Unit responds to assist victims and promote the prosecution of thieves.
The downtown library is located at 300 S. Second St., Elkhart.