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The board shall elect annually from its members a chairperson and a vice chairperson, and shall hire and provide staff to assist the board in administering this chapter. An executive secretary designated by the board shall report to the state fire m...
A sheriff or a deputy sheriff shall not: Appear in any court as an attorney or legal counsel for another party. Make or prepare a writing, document or process to commence a legal action or proceeding. Use a writing, document or process prepared by the...
Tagged topics: county sheriffs
As used in this section, “officer” means peace officer as defined in section 724.2A or a correctional officer. A person who knowingly or intentionally removes or attempts to remove a communication device or any device used for control from the p...
Two or more county boards of supervisors may adopt resolutions proposing to share the services of a county sheriff. The resolutions shall also propose that the question of establishing the office of multicounty sheriff be submitted to the electorate o...
Tagged topics: county sheriffs
There is created in each county a county compensation board which shall be composed of seven members who are residents of the county. The members of the county compensation board shall be selected as follows: Two members shall be appointed by the boar...
The governor, in exercising the power conferred by sections 7.10 and 7.11, may designate one employee or officer of the state to supervise all persons designated as peace officers hereunder, and they shall be fully responsible to that employee or ...
A person may be issued a permit to carry weapons when the person’s employment in a private investigation business or private security business licensed under chapter 80A, or a person’s employment as a peace officer, correctional officer, security gu...
The office of sheriff is an elective office. However, if a vacancy occurs in the office, the first deputy shall assume the office after qualifying as provided in this section. The first deputy shall hold the office until a successor is appointed or ...
Tagged topics: county sheriffs
For the purposes of Title XVI ,* unless the context otherwise requires: The words “accused person”, “accused”, “defendant”, and similar words mean an individual, a public or private corporation, a partnership, or an unincorporated or voluntary asso...
The maximum age for a police officer, marshal, or fire fighter employed for police duty or the duty of fighting fires is sixty-five years of age. This section shall not apply to volunteer fire fighters.