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Title VI COUNTY, TOWNSHIP AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION GOVERNMENT

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  67.130.  Training commission for county officials established — purposes — members — appointment — duties. — 1.  The various associations of county officials may establish a training commission for county clerks, county collectors, county assessors, county treasurers, county auditors, county coroners and medical examiners, county sheriffs, county recorders of deeds, county commissioners and certain public administrators training programs established by such commissions shall consist of not less than twenty nor more than thirty hours of actual instruction per year, to deal with areas of concern in intergovernmental relations between state offices and the aforesaid county officers.  The training commission may call upon the appropriate state offices for assistance in developing and administering the training programs.  Each county officer named above shall annually attend the training program required by the provisions of this section.

  2.  There is hereby established a "County Officials Training Commission".  The commission shall approve and accredit the training programs and instructors for the training mandated by this section.  The commission shall be composed of three members from each of the following classes of county officials:  county clerks, county collectors, county assessors, county coroners, county medical examiners, and assistant county medical examiners, county treasurers, county auditors, county sheriffs, county recorders of deeds, county commissioners and certain public administrators.  The three members from each class of officials shall include one member from a county of the first class without a charter form of government, one member from a county of the second class, and one member from a county of the third or fourth class.  The three members representing county coroners, county medical examiners, and assistant county medical examiners may be appointed from any class of counties in which coroners or medical examiners are required by law.  Upon August 13, 1984, or as soon thereafter as possible, the officers of each appropriate association of county officials shall appoint the three members to serve on the training commission.

  3.  The county officials training commission shall have exclusive authority to approve and accredit training programs and certify attendance.  Attendance for the required number of hours shall be the only basis for accreditation of each official.

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(L. 1984 S.B. 601 § 5, A.L. 1986 H.B. 1164)


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