Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 65. Police Protection
Section 100. Power to Command Assistance From Others.
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AS 18.65.100. Power to Command Assistance From Others.

The Department of Public Safety and members of the state troopers may command the assistance of any able-bodied person to aid in accomplishing the purposes of AS 18.65.020 - 18.65.110, and when called, the person, during the time assistance is required, is considered a member of the state troopers and subject to AS 18.65.020 - 18.65.110.

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