Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 23. Multiple Use Management of Public Resources
Section 210. Enforcement Authority.
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AS 41.23.210. Enforcement Authority.

(a) In the Knik River Public Use Area described in AS 41.23.230 , the following persons are peace officers of the state for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230 and regulations adopted under AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230:

(1) an employee of the department or other person authorized by the commissioner;

(2) a peace officer, as that term is defined in AS 01.10.060 .

(b) A person designated in (a) of this section may, when enforcing the provisions of AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230 or a regulation adopted under AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230,

(1) execute a warrant or other process issued by an officer or court of competent jurisdiction;

(2) administer or take an oath, affirmation, or affidavit; and

(3) arrest a person who violates a provision of AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230 or a regulation adopted under AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230.

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