Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 142-3-.01 - Functions and Purposes

The functions and purposes of the Organized Crime Prevention Council as prescribed by law are as follows:

(a) Organized Crime Prevention Coordination. The Council shall develop and coordinate strategies and plans to attack and control organized crime, such as:
1. To create, guide and counsel the Georgia State Intelligence Network (GSIN);
2. To coordinate Georgia's Locals to Help Locals law enforcement program;
3. To coordinate international, national and statewide special projects;
4. To conduct joint federal, state and local intelligence conferences;
5. To provide organized crime and intelligence training courses;
6. To prepare annual reports and annual confidential reports on Georgia's organized crime problem;
7. To develop an annual organized crime legislation package;
8. To provide advice and counsel to the Governor of Georgia on ways and means to prevent the intrusion of organized crime into Georgia;
9. To inform the public of the menace of organized crime and the threat it poses to the citizens of Georgia.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 142-3-.01
Ga. L. 1980, pp. 398-399; Ga. L. 1980, pp. 399-400.
Original Rule entitled "Functions and Purposes" was filed on November 2, 1981; effective November 22, 1981.

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