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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 65. Police Protection
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. Commissioner of Public Safety May Appoint Special Officers.
Chapter 65. Police Protection
- Section 10. Commissioner of Public Safety May Appoint Special Officers.
- Section 20. Uniforms and Equipment.
- Section 30. Establishment of Stations and Headquarters.
- Section 40. Service Without Uniform.
- Section 50. Central Information.
- Section 60. Peace Officers to Cooperate. [Repealed, Sec. 4 Ch 118 SLA 1994].
- Section 70. Destruction of Department Files a Misdemeanor. [Repealed, Sec. 21 Ch 166 SLA 1978].
- Section 80. Powers and Duties of Department and Members of State Troopers.
- Section 85. Narcotic Drugs and Alcohol Enforcement.
- Section 86. Investigative Unit On Sexually Abused and Criminally Exploited Children.
- Section 87. Central Registry of Sex Offenders.
- Section 90. Department to Assist Other Agencies.
- Section 100. Power to Command Assistance From Others.
- Section 110. Members Not to Interfere With Rights and Property.
- Section 130. Policy.
- Section 140. Creation.
- Section 150. Composition of Council.
- Section 160. Appointment.
- Section 170. Chairman and Vice Chairman.
- Section 180. Holding Another Office.
- Section 190. Compensation and Expenses.
- Section 200. Meetings.
- Section 210. Reports. [Repealed, Sec. 12 Ch 19 SLA 1981].
- Section 220. Powers.
- Section 225. Alaska Police Training Fund.
- Section 230. Training Programs.
- Section 240. Standards.
- Section 242. Standards For Municipal Correctional, Correctional, Probation, and Parole Officers.
- Section 245. Denial or Revocation of Certificate of Municipal Correctional, Correctional, Probation, or Parole Officer.
- Section 248. Employment of Correctional, Probation, and Parole Officers.
- Section 250. Financial Assistance. [Repealed, Sec. 24 Ch 22 SLA 2001].
- Section 260. Grants.
- Section 270. Applicability of Administrative Procedure Act.
- Section 280. Exemptions.
- Section 285. Municipal Correctional Employees.
- Section 290. Definitions.
- Section 310. Identification Cards.
- Section 311. Anatomical Gift.
- Section 320. Cancellation of Identification Card.
- Section 330. Definition.
- Section 340. Disposal of Firearms and Ammunition By the State and Municipalities.
- Section 400. License as Security Guard.
- Section 410. Applications.
- Section 420. Bonding and Insurance.
- Section 430. Duration of License.
- Section 440. Revocation of License.
- Section 450. Regulations.
- Section 460. Exceptions to Licensure.
- Section 470. Firearms Training.
- Section 480. Penalty.
- Section 490. Definitions.
- Section 500. Use of Armed Bodyguards.
- Section 510. Domestic Violence Training.
- Section 515. Duties of Peace Officer in a Crime Involving Domestic Violence.
- Section 520. Notification to Victims of Domestic Violence.
- Section 530. Mandatory Arrest For Crimes Involving Domestic Violence, Violation of Protective Orders, and Violation of Conditions of Release.
- Section 540. Central Registry of Protective Orders.
- Section 590. Definition.
- Section 600. Missing Persons Information Clearinghouse.
- Section 610. Duties of Missing Persons Information Clearinghouse.
- Section 620. Duty of Law Enforcement Agencies.
- Section 630. Medical and Dental Records of Missing Persons.
- Section 640. Reports Upon Finding a Missing Person.
- Section 650. Civil Penalty.
- Section 660. Definition.
- Section 670. Village Public Safety Officers Program.
- Section 680. Regional Public Safety Officers.
- Section 700. Permit to Carry a Concealed Handgun.
- Section 705. Qualifications to Obtain a Permit.
- Section 710. Application For Permit to Carry a Concealed Handgun.
- Section 715. Demonstration of Competence With Handguns.
- Section 720. Fees.
- Section 725. Permit Renewal.
- Section 730. Replacement of Permit.
- Section 735. Suspension of Permit.
- Section 740. Revocation of Permit; Appeal.
- Section 745. No Liability For Issuance of Permit or For Training.
- Section 748. Permit Holders From Other Jurisdictions Considered Alaska Permit Holders.
- Section 750. Possession and Display of Permit. [Repealed, Sec. 7 Ch 62 SLA 2003].
- Section 755. Places Where Permittee May Not Possess a Concealed Handgun.
- Section 760. Misuse of a Permit.
- Section 765. Responsibilities of the Permittee.
- Section 770. Permits, Applications, and Other Materials Not Public Records.
- Section 775. Regulations; Reciprocity Agreements.
- Section 778. Municipal Preemption.
- Section 780. Prohibition of Possession of Concealed Handguns. [Repealed, Sec. 15 Ch 94 SLA 2000].
- Section 785. Procedure For Local Option Elections. [Repealed, Sec. 15 Ch 94 SLA 2000].
- Section 790. Definitions.
- Section 800. Possession of Firearms in Motor Vehicles.
- Section 850. Protective Orders For Stalking and Sexual Assault.
- Section 855. Ex Parte and Emergency Protective Orders For Stalking and Sexual Assault.
- Section 860. Modification of Protective Orders For Stalking and Sexual Assault.
- Section 865. Service of Process; Forms For Petitions and Orders; Fees; Warnings; Notification; and Pending Civil or Criminal Actions.
- Section 870. Definitions.
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