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Chapter 144-1 THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL

Rule 144-1-.01 The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

The General Assembly created the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council to provide the necessary leadership to coordinate the major components of the criminal justice system by establishing a state-wide coordinating body which represents all components and all levels of the criminal justice system, to administer grants and aid to state and local criminal justice entities, and for other purposes.

Rule 144-1-.02 Administrative Assignment

(1) The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council is assigned to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for administrative purposes only. The Council has authority to:
(a) Exercise its quasi-judicial, rule-making or policy-making functions independently of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation;
(b) Prepare its budget and submit its budgetary requests through the Georgia Bureau of Investigation; and
(c) Employ its own personnel as authorized or funds are appropriated.
(2) The Council shall adopt bylaws and rules of order consistent with its authorizing legislation for the conduct of meetings and business.

Rule 144-1-.03 Repealed

Rule 144-1-.04 Repealed

Rule 144-1-.05 Repealed