(a) There is hereby established a prosecuting attorneys' training fund. The clerk of the district court shall charge a fee of $1 in each criminal case,
to be deducted from the docket fee as provided in K.S.A. 28-172a, and amendments thereto and shall charge a fee of $1 in each case pursuant to the
revised Kansas code for care of children or the revised Kansas juvenile justice code
and each mental illness, drug abuse or alcoholism treatment action as provided by
subsection (c) of K.S.A. 28-170, and amendments thereto. The clerk of the district court, at least monthly, shall pay all such fees received
to the county treasurer who shall credit the same to the prosecuting attorneys' training
(b) Expenditures from the prosecuting attorneys' training fund shall be paid by the
county treasurer upon the order of the county or district attorney and shall be used
exclusively for the training of personnel in such attorney's office and costs related
thereto. Annually, on or before March 15, each county and district attorney shall submit
to the attorney general and the chairperson of the judiciary committee of each house,
an accounting that shows for the preceding year the amount of fees paid into the prosecuting
attorneys' training fund, the amounts and purpose of each expenditure from such fund
and the balance in such fund on December 31 of the preceding year. The purpose for each expenditure shall specifically identify the person or persons
for whom the expenditure was made and, where applicable, the time and place where
the training was received. If any expenditure was paid to a nonprofit organization organized in this state
of which the county or district attorney is a member, the county or district attorney
shall include information on the training received for such expenditure which information
shall show the persons receiving the training and the time and place thereof.
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