(1) Fifty percent of the money collected pursuant to section 18-4-509(2)(a) must be transmitted to the state treasurer, who shall credit the same to the juvenile
diversion cash fund, which fund is created and referred to in this section as the
“fund”. The money in the fund is subject to annual appropriation by the general assembly
for the direct and indirect costs associated with the implementation of the juvenile
diversion program pursuant to section 19-2.5-402.
(2) The division of criminal justice of the department of public safety, referred
to in this section as the “division of criminal justice”, is authorized to seek and
accept gifts, grants, or donations from private or public sources for the purposes
of implementing the juvenile diversion program pursuant to section 19-2.5-402. All private and public money received through gifts, grants, or donations must be
transmitted to the state treasurer, who shall credit the same to the fund.
(3) Any money in the fund not expended for the purpose of the juvenile diversion program
may be invested by the state treasurer as provided by law. All interest and income derived from the investment and deposit of money in the
fund must be credited to the fund.
(4) Any unexpended and unencumbered money remaining in the fund at the end of a fiscal
year must remain in the fund and must not be credited or transferred to the general
fund or another fund.
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