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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 35 . Public Information
Section 850. Coverage as a peace officer or fireman

2 AAC 35.850. Coverage as a peace officer or fireman

(a) Except as may be expressly authorized by AS 39.35, a "peace officer" means only a person who is a regular employee of a police agency or organization which is part of the state or a political subdivision of the state, and who has primary responsibility for the prevention and detection of crime and the enforcement of the fish and game, penal, traffic or highway laws of the state or employing political subdivision. A "fireman" or "fire chief" means only a person who is a regular employee of a fire agency or organization of the state or a political subdivision of the state and who is authorized to act under AS 18.70.

(b) Qualified employees of the Department of Fish and Game must claim retroactive peace-officer coverage prior to June 30, 1985. Failure to claim retroactive peace-officer coverage by the deadline constitutes a waiver on the part of the employee to future claims of peace officer credit for this service. The service once waived will be considered "all other" for all retirement and benefit purposes.

History: In effect before 10/21/83; am 12/3/84, Register 93

Authority: AS 39.35.040

AS 39.35.680


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