West Virginia Code > Chapter 7 > Article 7 > § 7-7-2 - Establishment of county in-service training programs; further additional duties for prosecuting attorney in any county in excess of two hundred thousand
Current as of: 2010
There is hereby established county in-service training programs as hereinafter set forth.
The attorney general is hereby authorized and directed to establish such in-service training programs as in his opinion will do most to assist the prosecuting attorneys in the performance of their duties. The attorney general is authorized to accept any federal aid which may be made available or any financial assistance which may be available from any private nonprofit organization for the purposes of this section. The prosecuting attorney in any county having a population in excess of two hundred thousand shall also discharge the additional duties imposed upon him by the provisions of section thirteen-a, article five, chapter forty-nine of this code.
The state tax commissioner is hereby authorized and directed to establish such in-service training programs for county commissioners, county clerks, circuit clerks, assessors, sheriffs and their assistants and employees as in his opinion will do most to modernize and improve the services of their respective offices. The state tax commissioner is authorized to accept any federal aid which may be made available or any financial assistance which may be available from any private nonprofit organization for the purpose of this article.
Each of the county officials mentioned in this section, and, at his option, one or more of his assistants, deputies and employees, shall participate in the programs established under this section.
The county court is authorized and directed to expend funds for the purpose of reimbursing such officials and employees for the actual amount expended by them for food, lodging and registration while in attendance at meetings called by the attorney general or the tax commissioner for the purpose of this section, not to exceed thirty-five dollars per day, with mileage not to exceed the rate of ten cents per mile to be computed according to the distance by the nearest practicable route for travel to and from such meetings.
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