Appointment of nonvoting advisory member.
1.The Governor shall appoint to the Board one nonvoting advisory member.
2.The advisory member must be a person who:
(a)Is a resident of Clark County;
(b)Has been certified by the Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission created pursuant to NRS 289.500; and
(c)Is actively serving or has retired from service as a police officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
3.The advisory member is subject to the provisions of NRS 640C.150 with regard to his or her terms, reappointment, vacancy and removal.
4.The advisory member:
(a)Serves solely as an advisor to the Board.
(b)May be designated by the Board to assist in any investigation conducted pursuant to this chapter.
(c)May not be counted in determining a quorum of the Board.
(d)May not vote on any matter before the Board.
5.The advisory member:
(a)Serves without salary or compensation.
(b)Is entitled to receive the per diem allowance and travel expenses provided for in NRS 640C.170.
6.If the advisory member is actively serving as a police officer, the advisory member must be relieved from his or her duties without loss of regular compensation so that he or she may prepare for and attend meetings of the Board and perform any work that is necessary to carry out his or her duties with the Board in the most timely manner practicable. The advisory member’s employer shall not require the advisory member to:
(a)Make up the time he or she is absent from work to carry out his or her duties with the Board; or
(b)Take annual leave or compensatory time for the absence.
7.Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the advisory member:
(a)Is not disqualified from public employment or holding a public office because of membership on the Board; and
(b)Does not forfeit his or her public office or public employment because of membership on the Board.
Section 640C.160 — Appointment of nonvoting advisory member.,