Chief for a day program.
Donations, gifts, conveyances, devises, and grants.
Appointment of personnel.
Powers and duties—Peace officers.
Governor, lieutenant governor, and governor-elect—Security and protection—Duty to provide.
Legislature—Security and protection—Duty to provide.
Disability of patrol officers.
Tenure of patrol officers.
Suspension or demotion of probationary officers.
Discharge of probationary officers—Discharge, demotion, or suspension of nonprobationary officers—Complaint—Hearing.
Criminal complaint—Authority to suspend officer—Hearing.
Procedure at hearing.
Review of order.
Reinstatement on acquittal.
Patrol officer vehicle accidents.
Private law enforcement off-duty employment—Guidelines.
Real property—Sale of surplus at fair market value—Distribution of proceeds.
Patrol retirement system—Definitions.
Retirement fund created—Membership.
Membership in more than one retirement system.
Reestablishment of service credit by former members who are members of the public employees' retirement system—Conditions.
Establishing, restoring service credit.
Membership while serving as state legislator—Conditions.
Retirement board abolished—Transfer of powers, duties, and functions.
Board may receive contributions from any source.
Total service credit.
Purchase of additional service credit—Costs—Rules.
Service credit for paid leave of absence.
Retirement of members.
Benefits—Military service credit.
Effect of certain accumulated vacation leave on retirement benefits.
Retirement allowances—Survivors of disabled members—Members commissioned before January 1, 2003.
Retirement allowances—Members commissioned on or after January 1, 2003—Court-approved property settlement.
Minimum retirement allowance—Annual adjustment.
Repayment of contributions on death or termination of employment—Election to receive reduced retirement allowance at age fifty-five.
Special death benefit—Course of employment—Occupational disease or infection—Annual adjustment.
Rights reserved to the legislature—No future contractual rights.
Status in case of disablement.
Accumulated contributions—Payment upon death of member.
Benefits exempt from taxation and legal process—Assignability—Exceptions—Deductions for group insurance premiums or for state patrol memorial foundation contributions.
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Optional actuarially equivalent life annuity benefit.
Penalty for falsification.
Examinations for promotion.
Eligible list, and promotions therefrom—Affirmative action.
Determination of eligibility for examination for promotion.
Staff or technical officers.
Bicycle awareness program—Generally.
Ignition interlock devices—Standards—Compliance.
Ignition interlock devices—Limited exemption for companies not using devices employing fuel cell technology.
Ignition interlock devices—Officer required to report violations—Liability.
Ignition interlock devices—Fee schedule and fee collection—Report—Fee deposit.
Aquatic invasive species enforcement account.
Routine traffic enforcement information—Report to the legislature.
Routine traffic enforcement information—Data collection—Training materials on racial profiling.
Crime information center—Established—Purpose—Functions.
Crime information center—Files of general assistance to law enforcement agencies established—Runaway children—Information publicly available.
Crime information center—Cost of terminal facilities.
Sex offenders and kidnapping offenders—Central registry—Reimbursement to counties.
Traffic safety education officers—Powers—Pay and reimbursement.
Automatic fingerprint information system—Report.
Automatic fingerprint identification system—Conditions for local establishment or operation—Rules.
Drug control assistance unit—Created.
Drug control assistance unit—Duties.
Drug control assistance unit—Additional duties—Information system on violations—Inter-unit communications network.
Drug control assistance unit—Use of existing facilities and systems.
Drug control assistance unit—Certain investigators exempt from state civil service act.
Drug control assistance unit—Employment of necessary personnel.
Drug control assistance unit—Special narcotics enforcement unit.
Bureau of forensic laboratory services—Powers—Priorities.
Controlled substance, simulator solution analysis—Prima facie evidence.
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Crime laboratory analysis fee—Court imposition—Collection.
Identification and criminal history section.
Identification data—Processing procedure—Definitions.
Availability of information.
Identification—Cooperation with other criminal justice agencies.
Local identification and records systems—Assistance.
Records as evidence.
Records—Inspection—Copying—Requests for purge or modification—Appeals.
Photographing and fingerprinting—Powers and duties of law enforcement agencies—Other data.
Photographing and fingerprinting—Transmittal of data.
Submission of fingerprints taken from persons for noncriminal purposes—Fees.
Convicted persons, fingerprinting required, records—Furloughs, information to section, notice to local agencies—Arrests, disposition information—Convicts, information to section, notice to local agencies—Registration of sex offenders.
Use of force to obtain identification information—Liability.
Biological samples for missing persons investigations.
DNA identification system—Plan—Report.
Findings—DNA identification system—DNA database—DNA data bank.
DNA identification system—DNA database account.
DNA identification system—Biological samples—Collection, use, testing—Scope and application of section.
DNA identification system—Collection of biological samples—Fee.
DNA identification system—Analysis, assistance, and testimony services.
DNA identification system—Local law enforcement systems—Limitations.
DNA identification system—Rule-making requirements.
Criminal street gang database—Information exempt from public disclosure.
Reports of transfer, release or changes as to committed or imprisoned persons—Records.
Unidentified deceased persons.
Transfer of records, data, equipment to section.
Criminal justice services—Consolidation—Establishment of program.
Criminal justice services programs—Duties of executive committee.
Obtaining information by false pretenses—Unauthorized use of information—Falsifying records—Penalty.
Conviction record furnished to employer—Purposes—Notification to subject of record—Fees—Limitations—Injunctive relief, damages, attorneys' fees—Disclaimer of liability—Rules.
County sheriff to forward registration information—Felony firearm offense conviction database—Exempt from public disclosure.
Guilty plea or conviction for certain felony crimes—Notification of state patrol—Transmission of information to the department of health.
Background checks—Access to children or vulnerable persons—Definitions.
Background checks—Disclosure of information—Sharing of criminal background information by health care facilities (as amended by 2012 c 10).
Background checks—Disclosure of information—Sharing of criminal background information by health care facilities (as amended by 2012 c 44).
Background checks—Dissemination of conviction record information.
Background checks—State immunity.
Background checks by business, organization, or insurance company—Limitations—Civil liability.
Disclosure to individual of own record—Fee.
Fingerprint-based background checks—Requirements for applicants and service providers—Shared background checks—Fees—Rules to establish financial responsibility.
Record checks—Transcript of conviction record—Fees—Immunity—Rules.
Fingerprint identification account.
Notification to licensing agency of employment termination for certain crimes against persons.
Vulnerable adults—Additional licensing requirements for agencies, facilities, and individuals providing services.
Notification of conviction or guilty plea of certain felony crimes—Transmittal of information to superintendent of public instruction.
Organized crime intelligence unit—Created.
"Organized crime" defined.
Powers and duties of organized crime intelligence unit.
Divulging investigative information prohibited—Confidentiality—Security of records and files.
Missing children clearinghouse and hot line, duties of state patrol.
Agreements with contiguous states—Jointly occupied ports of entry—Collection of fees and taxes.
No-buy list database program.
No-buy list database program—Washington association of sheriffs and police chiefs not liable for civil damages.
Severability—1969 c 12.
Severability—1972 ex.s. c 152.
Severability—1973 1st ex.s. c 202.
Construction—Chapter applicable to state registered domestic partnerships—2009 c 521.
State fire protection services—Intent.
Director of fire protection—Duties.
Director of fire protection—Appointment—Duties.
Director of fire protection—Adoption of minimum standard requirements for before-school and after-school programs.
Fire service training program—Grants and bequests.
Fire service training—Fees and fee schedules.
Fire service training account.
Fire services trust fund.
Fire services trust fund—Expenditures.
Fire service training center bond retirement account of 1977.
Arson investigation information system—Findings—Intent.
STATE FIRE SERVICE MOBILIZATION
State fire service mobilization—Definitions.
State fire service mobilization—Legislative declaration and intent.
State fire service mobilization—State fire services mobilization plan—State fire resources coordinator.
State fire service mobilization—Regional fire defense boards—Regional fire service plans—Regions established.
State fire service mobilization—Development of reimbursement procedures.
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State fire service mobilization—Plan use for purposes other than fire suppression—Annual report.
Law enforcement mobilization—Definitions.
Law enforcement mobilization—State law enforcement mobilization policy board—State law enforcement mobilization plan.
Law enforcement mobilization—Local law enforcement request for mobilization—State law enforcement resource coordinator—Mobilization response—Declaration of end of mobilization.
State law enforcement mobilization—State law enforcement coordinator—Duties.
State law enforcement mobilization—Regions established—Regional law enforcement mobilization committees—Regional law enforcement mobilization plans.
State law enforcement mobilization—Development of reimbursement procedures—Eligibility of nonhost law enforcement authority for reimbursement.