FY 2019 Governor's Budget Bill - Justice System

This bill relates to and makes appropriations to the justice system. The bill makes appropriations from the general fund of the state for fiscal year 2018-2019 to the departments of justice, corrections, public defense, public safety, and homeland security and emergency management, and the Iowa law enforcement academy, office of the state public defender, board of parole, Iowa state civil rights commission, and the criminal and juvenile justice planning division of the department of human rights. The bill appropriates moneys from the consumer education and litigation fund to the department of justice for farm mediation services, criminal prosecutions and appeals, and for duties relating to Code chapter 669 (state tort claims).  The bill appropriates moneys from the department of commerce revolving fund to the office of consumer advocate of the department of justice for fiscal year 2018-2019.  The bill appropriates moneys from the Iowa skilled worker and job creation fund to the department of corrections for implementation, support, maintenance, and capital construction costs to develop a regional housing building project.  The bill strikes intent language related to maintaining drug courts in certain judicial district departments of correctional services.  The bill also appropriates moneys from the gaming enforcement revolving fund to the department of public safety for fiscal year 2018-2019.  The bill appropriates moneys from the wireless E911 emergency communications fund to the department of homeland security and emergency management for fiscal year 2018-2019.

Date Published
02/01/2018
Fiscal Year
2019
Topic(s)
State Budget, Budget Bill

Printed from the Iowa Department of Management website on April 26, 2018 at 12:09pm.