Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 65. Police Protection
Section 680. Regional Public Safety Officers.
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AS 18.65.680. Regional Public Safety Officers.

The commissioner of public safety may appoint regional public safety officers to

(1) provide an expanded public safety and law enforcement presence in rural areas of the state;

(2) provide oversight and training for the village public safety officer program;

(3) administer functions relating to

(A) protecting life and property in the rural areas of the state;

(B) conducting investigations;

(C) conducting search and rescue missions;

(D) conducting local training programs in drug and alcohol awareness and prevention, water safety, and gun safety;

(4) perform other duties relating to public safety as directed by the commissioner.


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