Texas Occupations Code - Section 110.202. Advisory Committee Membership
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§ 110.202. ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP. (a) The
executive head of each of the following agencies or that person's
designated representative shall serve as a member of the
interagency advisory committee:
(1) Texas Department of Criminal Justice;
(2) Texas Juvenile Probation Commission;
(3) Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental
(4) Texas Youth Commission;
(5) Sam Houston State University;
(6) Department of Protective and Regulatory Services;
(7) Texas Council of Community Mental Health and
Mental Retardation Centers.
(b) The director of each of the following divisions of a
state agency or that person's designated representative shall serve
as a member of the interagency advisory committee:
(1) the criminal justice division of the governor's
(2) the sexual assault prevention and crisis services
division of the office of the attorney general.
(c) The council may appoint additional members to the
interagency advisory committee as the council determines is
necessary. An additional member appointed by the council must be a
representative of a public or private nonprofit entity that has a
demonstrated interest in improving the treatment of sex offenders.
(d) If the executive head of a state agency or the director
of a division designates a representative as a member of the
interagency advisory committee, the representative must be, at the
time of the designation and during the time of service on the
committee, an officer or employee of the agency or division.
Added by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 1276, § 14.005(a), eff. Sept.
Last modified: August 11, 2007