2010 Nevada Code
TITLE 15 CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
Chapter 205A Technological Crime Advisory Board
NRS 205A.090 Account for the Technological Crime Advisory Board: Creation; use; distribution of money in Account as result of certain criminal or civil forfeitures.

NRS 205A.090 Account for the Technological Crime Advisory Board: Creation; use; distribution of money in Account as result of certain criminal or civil forfeitures.

1. The Account for the Technological Crime Advisory Board is hereby created in the State General Fund. The Board shall administer the Account.

2. The money in the Account must only be used to carry out the provisions of this chapter and pay the expenses incurred by the Board in the discharge of its duties, including, without limitation, the payment of any expenses related to the creation and subsequent activities of the task forces on technological crime.

3. For each criminal or civil forfeiture carried out pursuant to NRS 179.1211 to 179.1235, inclusive, the Board shall distribute the money deposited into the Account pursuant to NRS 179.1233 in the following manner:

(a) Not less than 25 percent to be retained in the Account for use by the Board to carry out the provisions of this chapter and to pay the expenses incurred by the Board in the discharge of its duties.

(b) Not more than 75 percent to be distributed to the federal, state and local law enforcement agencies that participated in the investigation of the unlawful act giving rise to the criminal or civil forfeiture in accordance with the level of participation of each law enforcement agency as determined by the Board. If the participating law enforcement agencies have entered into an agreement to share any such money, the Board shall distribute the money to the law enforcement agencies in accordance with the provisions of the agreement.

4. Claims against the Account must be paid as other claims against the State are paid.

5. The money in the Account that is provided from sources other than the State General Fund or the State Highway Fund must remain in the Account and must not revert to the State General Fund at the end of any fiscal year. Money in the Account that is appropriated or allocated from the State General Fund or the State Highway Fund must revert as provided in the legislation that authorizes the appropriation or the allocation.

(Added to NRS by 1999, 2703; A 2007, 208, 1713)



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