Kansas Statutes Chapter 75. State Departments; Public Officers and Employees § 75-757. Human trafficking advisory board
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(a) The human trafficking advisory board established by the attorney general is hereby designated the official human trafficking advisory board for the state of Kansas.
(b) The board shall include representatives from:
(1) The office of the governor;
(2) the attorney general's office;
(3) the department of labor;
(4) the department for children and families;
(5) the department of health and environment;
(6) the juvenile justice authority;
(7) the Kansas association of chiefs of police;
(8) the Kansas sheriffs' association;
(9) the highway patrol;
(10) the Kansas bureau of investigation;
(11) local law enforcement agencies;
(12) the legislature;
(13) nongovernmental organizations focused on human trafficking issues, organizations representing diverse communities disproportionately affected by human trafficking and organizations focused on child services and runaway services;
(14) academic researchers who are dedicated to the subject of human trafficking;
(15) any other federal, state, or local government entity deemed necessary by the attorney general; and
(16) any other private sector or nongovernmental organization deemed necessary by the attorney general.
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