Chapter 142-1 ADMINISTRATION
All rules and regulations of the Organized Crime Prevention Council shall be administered by the Director, Organized Crime Prevention Council, whose address is P.O. Box 1456, Atlanta, Georgia 30371.
|(a)||Director. The Director is appointed by the Council and serves at the pleasure of the Council. The Director shall employ such other professional, technical and clerical personnel as he deems necessary to carry out the Council's duties and responsibilities.|
|(b)|| Council Membership. The Organized Crime
Prevention Council shall be composed of eight (8) members appointed by the
Governor, who shall be, by virtue of their training or experience,
knowledgeable in the prevention and control of organized crime, and one of whom
must be a member of the Board of Public Safety.
Council Officers. There shall be elected from the general membership of the
Council a Chairman and a Vice Chairman to serve at the pleasure of the Governor
or until their successors have been duly elected. The Secretary of the Council
shall be the Director of the Organized Crime Prevention Council.
|(d)|| Meetings. The Council shall meet
regularly four times each year at the call of the Chairman. Special meetings
may be called by the Chairman when deemed necessary and in the best interest of
the Council. Committees shall meet at the call of their chairmen.
The members of the Council shall serve without compensation but shall receive the same expense allowance per day as that received by a member of the General Assembly for each day the member of the Council is in attendance at a meeting of the Council, plus either reimbursement for actual transportation costs while traveling by public carrier, or the same mileage allowance for use of a personal car in connection with such attendance, as members of the General Assembly receive. Such expense and travel allowance shall be paid in lieu of any per diem, allowance or other remuneration received by any Council member for his or her attendance.
The Organized Crime Prevention Council is assigned to the Department of Public Safety for administrative purposes only.