20.24.101 BOARD OF CRIME CONTROL FUNCTIONS
(1) The board is comprised of members engaged in, affiliated with, or related to law enforcement, public safety and criminal justice in the state of Montana.
(2) The board functions through an executive director and staff who are responsible for directing and supervising the budgeting, recordkeeping, reporting, and related administrative and clerical functions of the agency.
(3) It is the responsibility of the board to administer the provisions of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (P.L. 90-351), as amended by the Victims of Crime Assistance Act and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act. Under these provisions, the board may:
(a) develop a comprehensive statewide plan defining needs and problems and outlining priorities for the improvement of the criminal and juvenile justice system throughout the state.
(b) develop and coordinate police, courts and corrections programs and projects for the state and units of general local government.
(c) be responsible for administering planning grants in the funding and implementation of state and local justice programs.
(4) The board's organizational chart which follows is also a portion of this rule.
(5) Information regarding justice planning and grant administration may be acquired by contacting the board's office at 3075 North Montana Avenue, P.O. Box 201408, Helena, Montana 59620-1408, telephone (406) 444-3604, or fax (406) 444-4722.
Montana Board of Crime Control is administratively attached to the Department of Corrections.
History: 44-4-301, MCA; IMP, 44-4-301, MCA, Eff. 12/31/72; AMD, 1992 MAR p. 567, Eff. 3/27/92; AMD, 2008 MAR p. 1588, Eff. 8/1/08; AMD, 2012 MAR p. 615, Eff. 3/23/12; TRANS, from ARM 23.14.101, 2018 MAR p. 1113, Eff. 6/9/18.