(1) The Game Law Investigation Cash Fund is created. The commission shall use the fund for the purpose of obtaining evidence for enforcement
of the Game Law. The fund shall be funded through revenue collected under the Game Law and budgeted
or allocated to the fund by the commission, and through donations from persons, wildlife
groups, and other charitable sources. Any money in the fund available for investment shall be invested by the state investment
officer pursuant to the Nebraska Capital Expansion Act and the Nebraska State Funds
(2) For the purpose of establishing and maintaining legislative oversight and accountability,
the commission shall formulate record-keeping procedures for all expenditures, disbursements,
and transfers of cash from the Game Law Investigation Cash Fund. Based on these record-keeping procedures, the commission shall prepare and deliver
electronically to the Clerk of the Legislature by September 15 of each year a detailed
report of the previous fiscal year which includes, but is not limited to: (a) The
June 30 balance in the Game Law Investigation Cash Fund and the amounts delivered
to the commission for distribution to agents and informants; (b) the total amount
of expenditures; (c) the purpose of the expenditures including: (i) Salaries and
any expenses of all agents and informants; (ii) front money for wildlife purchases;
(iii) type of wildlife and amount purchased; and (iv) amount of front money recovered;
(d) the total number of informants on payroll; and (e) the results procured through
such transactions. Each member of the Legislature shall receive an electronic copy of such report by
making a request for it to the secretary of the commission.
(3) The commission shall adopt and promulgate rules and regulations to carry out this
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