Three San Diego County sheriff’s deputies and two lawyers in the District Attorney’s office plan to attend an international anti-gang conference in El Salvador next month.

According to the San Diego County Supervisors’ agenda for next Tuesday, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department plans to send two deputy sheriffs and one sheriff’s captain to an international anti-gang conference in Sonsonate, El Salvador. Their trip is expected to cost $7,800.

The supervisors will also be asked to authorize travel and per diem payment — expected to be $5,200 — for one district attorney and one district attorney investigator to attend the same conference.

The conference, which takes place from April 22-27, is being held for the third year running and will be organized by the Civilian National Police of El Salvador.


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