- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
- Chapter 26. Rights of State Employees
- Section 10. State Employees Protected Against Certain Conduct.
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AS 39.26.010. State Employees Protected Against Certain Conduct.
- (a) A department, agency, official, officer, or person employed by the state may not directly or indirectly
- (1) require or coerce any employee of the state to participate in any way in any activity or undertaking unless the
activity or undertaking is related to the performance of official duties;
- (2) require or coerce any employee of the state to make any report concerning any of the employee's activities or
undertakings unless the activity or undertaking is related to the performance of the employee's official duties;
- (3) except as directly related to the performance of the employee's official duties, require or coerce any employee of the
state to submit to any interrogation or examination or psychological test which is designed to elicit information
- (A) the employee's personal relationship with any person connected by blood or marriage;
- (B) the employee's religious beliefs or practices;
- (C) sexual matters;
- (D) the employee's political affiliation or philosophy;
- (4) coerce any employee of the state to invest or contribute earnings in any manner or for any purpose;
- (5) restrict or attempt to restrict after-working-hour statements, pronouncements or other activities, not otherwise
prohibited by law or personnel rule, of any employee of the state, if the employee does not purport to speak or act in
an official capacity.
- (b) The heads of the administrative departments of the state may adopt internal management regulations for their
respective departments, specifying exceptions to (a) (5) of this section. These regulations shall be submitted for
approval to the personnel board provided for in AS 39.25.060
- (c) The provisions of (a) of this section do not diminish the authority of an authorized law enforcement agency to conduct
criminal investigations of state employees suspected of being involved in criminal activity.
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