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Thread: May a separate checking account be set up through a sheriff’s department for seized monies to be deposited so that these funds will be readily accessible for designated usage?

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    Lynne Ridgeway Guest

    Default May a separate checking account be set up through a sheriff’s department for seized monies to be deposited so that these funds will be readily accessible for designated usage?

    Q May a separate bank checking account be set up through a sheriff’s department for seized monies to be deposited so that these funds will be readily accessible for designated usage?

    A No. However, a county board of supervisors may approve the establishment of a petty cash fund which may be placed in a bank account under the supervision of the sheriff. Such a petty cash fund must be set up in full compliance with State Auditor’s Office policies and procedures concerning the operation and maintenance of a petty cash fund. (Attorney General’s Opinion to Barrett dated May 30, 1989)
    Last edited by Janet Wilson; 06-15-2011 at 09:56 AM.

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