|Senate Counsel & Research||State of Minnesota|
|S.F. No. 2000 - Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Policy Group Modifications|
|Author:||Senator Leo T. Foley|
|Prepared by:||Chris Turner, Senate Research (651/296-4350)|
|Date:||April 5, 2005|
The bill reorganizes the membership and duties of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice
Information Policy Group and the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Task Force.
Section 1 adds the Chair and first Vice Chair of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Task Force to the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Policy Group. Authorizes the policy group to hire an executive director in the unclassified service.
Sections 2 and 3 change the reporting requirement of the policy group from December 1 to January 15 of each year. Amends the membership of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Task Force (formed to assist the policy group with its duties) by removing the policy group members, the Director of the Office of Long-Range and Strategic Planning and the Commissioner of Administration and adding the following members:
The report must provide the status of current integration efforts, recommendations concerning legislative changes or appropriations and a summary of the work of the policy group and the task force.
Section 4 transfers authority to determine system integration priorities from the policy group to the CrimNet program office, in consultation with the task force and the approval of the policy group. Authorizes the task force to review funding requests and make recommendations to the policy group. Reserves authority to make final grant recommendations to the policy group. Provides a grant applicant matching fund requirement of up to 50 percent, to be constant across all applicants.
Section 5 repeals Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 299C.65, subdivisions 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 8a, and 9, relating to the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Policy Group:
Subdivision 3 (Continuing Education Program);
Subdivision 4 (Criminal Code Numbering Scheme);
Subdivision 6 (Development of Integration Plan);
Subdivision 7 (Implementation of Integration Plan);
Subdivision 8 (Local Match);
Subdivision 8a (Criminal Justice Technology Infrastructure Improvements);
Subdivision 9 (Documentation and Reporting Requirements).
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