Department of Justice and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1992 - Makes FY 1992 appropriations to the Department of Justice for:
(1) Office of Justice programs;
(2) general administration, including the Office of Inspector General;
(3) the U.S. Parole Commission;
(4) legal activities;
(5) interagency law enforcement;
(6) the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI);
(7) the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA);
(8) the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS); and
(9) the Federal Prison System. Allows a percentage of the total income of the Working Capital Fund to be retained for the acquisition of capital equipment and for the improvement and implementation of the Department's financial management and payroll/personnel systems.
Allows unobligated balances for FY 1992 to be transferred to such Fund for such purposes after notifying congressional Appropriations Committees. Amends the Immigration and Nationality Act to make funds available from the Immigration Legalization Fund for grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements to community-based organizations for outreach programs to be administered by the Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices. Authorizes the Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated to make expenditures within the limits of funds and borrowing authority available to carry out its program.
Limits the administrative expenses of such corporation.
Continues certain authorities for FBI and DEA undercover investigative operations.
Prohibits the use of funds to pay for an abortion, except where the life of the mother would be endangered if the fetus were carried to term or in the case of rape.
Prohibits the use of funds to require any person to perform, or facilitate the performance of, any abortion.
Makes appropriations for the following related agencies for FY 1992:
(1) the Commission on Civil Rights;
(2) the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission;
(3) the Federal Communications Commission (FCC);
(4) the Federal Maritime Commission;
(5) the Federal Trade Commission;
(6) the Securities and Exchange Commission; and
(7) the State Justice Institute. Requires the use of Department of Justice funds for:
(1) a program to assist States in the litigation processing of death penalty Federal habeas corpus petitions;
(2) a grant to the National Judicial College to provide judicial education and training to State trial judges with limited and general jurisdiction in the area of illegal drug and violent criminal offenses;
(3) a grant to Project Freedom in Wichita, Kansas, for its Drug Affected Babies Prevention Initiative;
(4) a Missing Alzheimer Patient Alert program;
(5) the Arkansas State Police for high priority drug investigations;
(6) the National College of District Attorneys to establish a permanent facility to improve the education and training of prosecutors involved in the war on drugs;
(7) a grant to the American Prosecutor Research Institute's National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse for technical assistance and training instrumental to the criminal prosecution of child abuse cases; and
(8) a grant to the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges to develop model technical assistance and training programs to improve the handling of child abuse and neglect cases.
Makes funds available for planning, construction, and purchase of equipment for an expanded training center at the FBI Training Academy at Quantico, Virginia, to be expended at the direction of the Attorney General. Makes funds available to the United States National Central Bureau, INTERPOL, for official reception and representation expenses.
Prohibits the use of funds, unless required notification is submitted to the congressional Committees on Appropriations, for the Cooperative Agreement Program for an agreement with a State or local government for the housing of Federal prisoners and detainees when cost per bed space exceeds a specified amount.
Requires the use of FBI funds to defray expenses for the automation of fingerprint identification services and related costs, and to establish an independent program office dedicated solely to the relocation of the Identification Division and the automation of fingerprint identification services.
Authorizes the use of DEA funds for a Washington, D.C. area laboratory.
Makes funds available to INS for the Border Patrol program.
Amends the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 to waive the four-year grant limitation on the receipt of Federal funds for multijurisdictional drug task forces.
Increases the Federal match for the Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Grant Program. Prohibits the payment of witness fees to incarcerated persons testifying in Federal cases.
Amends the Federal law to increase certain bankruptcy fees and decrease the percentage of certain fee deposits to the United States Trustee System Fund. Allots a specified portion of such fee deposits to recover the cost of services of the United States Trustee System. Expands the use of the Department of Justice Assets Forfeiture Fund for law enforcement purposes and for any Federal agency participating in the Fund (currently, only for purposes of the Department of Justice). Requires the deposit into the Fund of the Federal equitable share from the forfeiture of property under any State, local or foreign law.
Allows the investment of balances in holding accounts associated with the Fund. Limits the amount available in the Fund. Extends the authority to transfer obligated balances to agencies other than the Department of Justice for FY 1993 and thereafter.
Restricts the use of FCC funds for:
(1) changing FCC policies with respect to comparative licensing, distress sales and tax certificates in order to expand minority and women ownership of broadcasting licenses;
(2) diminishing the number of VHF channel assignments reserved for noncommercial educational television stations; and
(3) repealing, retroactively changing or reexamining rules and policies with respect to multiple ownership of broadcast stations.
Requires the Securities and Exchange Commission to increase securities registration fees to recover costs of services of the registration process.