Board on hi-tech crime to pick director
RENO – The newly created Nevada Advisory Board for Technological Crime will select an executive director when it meets Jan. 19 in Reno.
The board was created by the High Technology Crime Bill approved in the 1999 Legislature and is charged with coordinating statewide law enforcement, education and training in high technology crime issues.
Attorney General Frankie Sue Del Papa said the nine-member board will try to bring together public and private sectors to combat computer and other high-tech crime.
The meeting will be at the Airport Authority Conference Room in the Reno-Tahoe International Airport at 10 a.m. Jan. 19.