Statutory Authority: NRS 241A
The Advisory Council for Prosecuting Attorneys is an executive branch state agency created pursuant to NRS chapter 241A with a broad statutory mandate to provide leadership, training, technical assistance and legislative advocacy on legal and public policy issues related to the duties of Nevada's prosecutors. The Advisory Council is chaired by the Attorney General and comprised of district attorneys, city attorneys and a law enforcement representative.
The mission statement of the Advisory Council is: to provide leadership on legal and public policy issues related to the duties of prosecutors; to enhance communication and cooperation among prosecutors and the judiciary, law enforcement, state and local government, the bar, and other public and private organizations concerned with the administration of justice; to provide training, education, resources and support to prosecutors and their support staff, law enforcement, government agencies, and the citizens of the State of Nevada; and to foster professionalism and competency among the offices of prosecutors in the State of Nevada by providing a forum for communication and cooperation.
For more information, check the NVPAC website