(b) To establish the general criminal activities on which the unit should focus its
efforts, priorities among those crimes and among regions of the state, general categories
of information to be disseminated by the unit to various groups, and guidelines for
consultation provided by the unit on requested local investigations;
(c) To review the quarterly reports submitted pursuant to section 24-33.5-1706(2) and to provide input thereon to the unit;
(d) To review and comment on the preliminary budget draft for the unit prior to its
submission to the department of public safety;
(e) To specify the information to be contained in periodic public disclosures of performance
data on the unit's work and results so that the attorney general, sheriffs, police,
district attorneys, and depository institutions and the public can review the effect
of the resources used and the unit's efforts;
(f) To determine procedures for reviewing the success of the unit;
(g) To set the time, manner, and place for regular and special meetings of the board;
(h) To adopt and, as necessary, amend or repeal procedural rules and practices of
the board not in conflict with the constitution and laws of the state;
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