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§15-1-1 Definitions.
§15-1-2 Commander in chief.
§15-1-3 Regulations.
§15-1-4 Active service — Authority of governor to require; state duty ordered by adjutant general.
§15-1-5 Active service — United States.
§15-1-6 Federal law and regulations.
§15-1A-1 Department generally.
§15-1A-1a Employee participation in group insurance programs; payroll deductions; custodian of funds.
§15-1A-2 Appointment; qualifications; bond.
§15-1A-3 Duties.
§15-1A-3a Purchase of automobile liability insurance.
§15-1A-4 Assistant adjutants general and other authorized general officers.
§15-1B-1 Organization of the national guard.
§15-1B-2 Army national guard.
§15-1B-3 Air national guard.
§15-1B-4 Oath, appointment and promotion of officers.
§15-1B-5 Surplus officers; resignations.
§15-1B-6 Dismissal of officers.
§15-1B-7 Appointment, promotion and reduction of noncommissioned officers.
§15-1B-8 Enlisted personnel — Generally.
§15-1B-9 Enlisted personnel — Discharge.
§15-1B-10 Inactive national guard.
§15-1B-11 Uniforms, arms, equipment and supplies.
§15-1B-12 Care of and responsibility for military property and funds.
§15-1B-13 Assemblies, annual training and other duty.
§15-1B-14 Annual inspection and muster.
§15-1B-15 Repealed
§15-1B-16 Pay and allowances.
§15-1B-17 Command pay; inspections; compensation for clerical services and care of property.
§15-1B-18 Injury or death while in service of state.
§15-1B-19 Military fund.
§15-1B-20 Military expenses.
§15-1B-21 Tuition and fees for guard members at institutions of higher education.
§15-1B-22 Military facilities; security guards; qualifications; duties; powers.
§15-1B-23 American flag for burial of deceased members of the national guard; presentation of flag to parent or spouse.
§15-1B-24 Mountaineer Challenge Academy.
§15-1B-25 Commissioning bonus.
§15-1B-26 Firefighters and security guards to be members of the national guard.
§15-1C-1 State retired list.
§15-1C-2 Duty with the national guard.
§15-1C-3 Seniority, resignation, discharge, etc.
§15-1C-4 Honorary militia.
§15-1D-1 Calling out national guard by governor.
§15-1D-2 Limited emergency.
§15-1D-3 Use of military force to disperse riots, etc.
§15-1D-4 Failure to disperse.
§15-1D-5 Power of officers to arrest, disperse or quell persons rioting, etc.
§15-1D-6 Assaults on national guard or persons aiding it.
§15-1D-7 Repelling assault.
§15-1D-8 Duty to retire from unlawful assembly.
§15-1D-9 National guard to have right-of-way; exceptions.
§15-1D-10 Regulation of occupancy of streets for passage of national guard.
§15-1D-11 Transportation of officers and men.
§15-1D-12 Trespassing upon armories, etc.; interrupting, interfering with, etc., national guard; regulation of certain sales, gambling, etc., within certain limits of armories, etc.
§15-1D-13 Regulations while state military forces on duty.
§15-1D-14 When martial law may be declared.
§15-1E-1 Short title.
§15-1E-2 Definitions.
§15-1E-3 Persons subject to article.
§15-1E-4 Jurisdiction to try certain personnel.
§15-1E-5 Dismissal of commissioned officer.
§15-1E-6 Territorial applicability.
§15-1E-7 Judge advocates and legal officers.
§15-1E-9 Apprehension of persons absent without leave.
§15-1E-10 Imposition of restraint.
§15-1E-11 Restraint of persons charged with offenses.
§15-1E-12 Confinement in jails.
§15-1E-13 Reports and receiving of prisoners.
§15-1E-14 Punishment prohibited before trial.
§15-1E-15 Delivery of offenders to civil authorities.
§15-1E-16 Commanding officer's nonjudicial punishment.
§15-1E-17 Courts-martial classified.
§15-1E-18 Jurisdiction of courts-martial in general.
§15-1E-19 Jurisdiction of general courts-martial.
§15-1E-20 Jurisdiction of special courts-martial.
§15-1E-21 Jurisdiction of summary courts-martial.
§15-1E-22 Sentences of dismissal, dishonorable discharge or bad conduct to be approved by the governor.
§15-1E-23 Record of bad conduct discharge proceedings.
§15-1E-24 Confinement instead of fine.
§15-1E-26 Who may convene special courts-martial.
§15-1E-27 Who may convene summary courts-martial.
§15-1E-28 Who may serve on courts-martial.
§15-1E-29 Military judge of a general or special court- martial.
§15-1E-31 Appointment or employment of reporters and interpreters.
§15-1E-32 Absent and additional members.
§15-1E-34 Compulsory self-incrimination prohibited.
§15-1E-35 Investigation.
§15-1E-36 Forwarding of charges.
§15-1E-37 Advice of staff judge advocate and reference for trial.
§15-1E-38 Service of charges.
§15-1E-40 Unlawfully influencing action of court.
§15-1E-41 Duties of trial counsel and defense counsel.
§15-1E-42 Sessions.
§15-1E-43 Continuances.
§15-1E-44 Challenges.
§15-1E-45 Oaths.
§15-1E-46 Statute of limitations.
§15-1E-47 Former jeopardy.
§15-1E-48 Pleas of the accused.
§15-1E-49 Opportunity to obtain witnesses and other evidence.
§15-1E-50 Refusal to appear or testify.
§15-1E-51 Contempts.
§15-1E-52 Depositions.
§15-1E-53 Admissibility of records of courts of inquiry.
§15-1E-54 Voting and rulings.
§15-1E-55 Number of votes required.
§15-1E-56 Court to announce action.
§15-1E-57 Record of trial.
§15-1E-59 Maximum limits.
§15-1E-60 Effective date of sentences.
§15-1E-61 Execution of confinement.
§15-1E-63 Initial action on the record.
§15-1E-64 Action on general court-martial records.
§15-1E-65 Reconsideration and revision.
§15-1E-66 Rehearings.
§15-1E-67 Approval by the convening authority.
§15-1E-68 Disposition of records after review by the convening authority.
§15-1E-69 Review in the office of the state judge advocate.
§15-1E-70 Review by a board of review.
§15-1E-71 Appellate counsel.
§15-1E-72 Execution of sentence; suspension of sentence.
§15-1E-73 Vacation of suspension.
§15-1E-74 Petition for a new trial.
§15-1E-75 Remission and suspension.
§15-1E-76 Restoration.
§15-1E-77 Finality of proceedings, findings and sentences.
§15-1E-79 Accessory after the fact.
§15-1E-80 Conviction of lesser included offense.
§15-1E-81 Attempts.
§15-1E-82 Conspiracy.
§15-1E-83 Solicitation.
§15-1E-84 Fraudulent enlistment, appointment or separation.
§15-1E-85 Unlawful enlistment, appointment or separation.
§15-1E-86 Desertion.
§15-1E-87 Absence without leave.
§15-1E-88 Missing movement.
§15-1E-89 Contempt toward officials.
§15-1E-90 Disrespect toward superior commissioned officer.
§15-1E-91 Assaulting or willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer.
§15-1E-92 Insubordinate conduct toward warrant officer, noncommissioned officer.
§15-1E-93 Failure to obey order or regulation.
§15-1E-94 Cruelty and maltreatment.
§15-1E-95 Mutiny or sedition.
§15-1E-96 Resistance, breach of arrest, and escape.
§15-1E-97 Releasing prisoner without proper authority.
§15-1E-98 Unlawful detention of another.
§15-1E-99 Noncompliance with procedural rules.
§15-1E-100 Misbehavior before the enemy.
§15-1E-101 Subordinate compelling surrender.
§15-1E-102 Improper use of countersign.
§15-1E-103 Forcing a safeguard.
§15-1E-104 Captured or abandoned property.
§15-1E-105 Aiding the enemy.
§15-1E-106 Misconduct of a prisoner.
§15-1E-107 False official statements.
§15-1E-108 Loss, damage, destruction or wrongful disposition of military property.
§15-1E-109 Waste, spoilage or destruction of nonmilitary property.
§15-1E-110 Improper hazarding of vessel.
§15-1E-111 Drunken or reckless driving.
§15-1E-112 Drunk on duty, sleeping on post and leaving post before relief.
§15-1E-113 Dueling.
§15-1E-114 Malingering.
§15-1E-115 Riot or breach of peace.
§15-1E-116 Provoking speeches or gestures.
§15-1E-117 Perjury.
§15-1E-118 Frauds against the government.
§15-1E-119 Larceny and wrongful appropriation.
§15-1E-120 Assault.
§15-1E-121 Conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.
§15-1E-122 General article.
§15-1E-123 Embezzlement.
§15-1E-124 Purchasing and receiving military property in pawn.
§15-1E-126 Authority to administer oaths.
§15-1E-127 Text of article to be available.
§15-1E-128 Complaints of wrongs.
§15-1E-129 Redress of injuries to property.
§15-1E-130 Execution of process and sentence.
§15-1E-131 Disposition of fines and penalties.
§15-1E-132 Liability of public officers for nonexecution of process.
§15-1E-133 Compensation of court.
§15-1E-134 Immunity for action of military courts.
§15-1E-135 Entitlement to reemployment rights.
§15-1E-136 Delegation of authority by the governor.
§15-1E-137 Uniformity on interpretation.
§15-1E-138 Provisions of article severable.
§15-1F-1 Leave of absence for public officials and employees for drills, parades, active duty, etc.
§15-1F-1a Educational leave of absence for active duty.
§15-1F-1b Tolling of the running of any licensure or registration requirement.
§15-1F-2 Suits against officers or persons acting under military authority.
§15-1F-3 Change of venue of prosecutions or suits against members of national guard.
§15-1F-4 Arrest of persons belonging to state military forces.
§15-1F-5 Unlawful conversion of military property.
§15-1F-6 Unlawful wearing of uniforms.
§15-1F-7 Unlawful military organizations.
§15-1F-8 Reemployment rights of members of the organized militia.
§15-1F-9 General penalty; jurisdiction under article.
§15-1F-10 Selective service registration and compliance.
§15-1G-1 The West Virginia distinguished service medal.
§15-1G-2 West Virginia legion of merit.
§15-1G-3 Procedure for award of distinguished service medal and legion of merit.
§15-1G-4 Other West Virginia awards and decorations.
§15-1G-5 Precedence of medals.
§15-1G-6 Board of awards.
§15-1G-7 Design of medals.
§15-1G-8 Devices for the award of multiple West Virginia decorations.
§15-1G-9 Procurement of West Virginia decorations.
§15-1H-1 Definitions.
§15-1H-2 Morale, welfare and recreation facilities upon Camp Dawson; nonappropriated fund instrumentalities.
§15-1H-3 Regulations.
§15-1H-4 Use of funds.
§15-1H-5 Sales to be tax exempt.
§15-1H-6 Limitation on sales.
§15-1I-1 The Child Protection Act of 2006.
§15-1I-2 Legislative findings.
§15-1J-1 Short title.
§15-1J-2 Legislative findings.
§15-1J-3 Definitions.
§15-1J-4 Establishment and general powers of the authority.
§15-1J-5 Employees.
§15-2-1 Short title.
§15-2-1a Repealed
§15-2-2 Superintendent; departmental headquarters; continuation of the State Police.
§15-2-3 State police structure; how established.
§15-2-4 Appointment of commissioned officers, noncommissioned officers, other members; temporary and permanent positions.
§15-2-5 Career progression system; salaries; exclusion from wages and hour law, with supplemental payment; bond; leave time for members called to duty in guard or reserves.
§15-2-6 Authority to make rules for grievance procedure.
§15-2-7 Cadet selection board; qualifications for and appointment to membership in division; civilian employees.
§15-2-8 Chaplains.
§15-2-9 State Police Voluntary Contribution Fund.
§15-2-10 Uniforms; authorized equipment, weapons and supplies; local headquarters; quarters for members; life insurance; medical and hospital fees for injuries and illnesses of members incurred in lin
§15-2-10a Duty to return assigned items; superintendent's right of setoff.
§15-2-11 Territorial jurisdiction.
§15-2-12 Mission of the State Police; powers of superintendent, officers and members; patrol of turnpike.
§15-2-13 Limitations upon members; exceptions.
§15-2-14 Oath of superintendent and members.
§15-2-15 State Police Child Abuse and Neglect Investigations Unit.
§15-2-16 Interference with officers or members; false information; penalty.
§15-2-17 Unauthorized use of uniform, badge or other insignia; impersonation of member; penalty.
§15-2-18 Officers or members performing duties for private persons; general penalty; providing extraordinary police or security services by contract.
§15-2-19 Bribing, etc., officers or members; penalty.
§15-2-20 Transfer authorized; use for disciplinary purposes prohibited; notice required under certain circumstances; relocation expense; regulation of member's residence.
§15-2-21 Suspension, demotion or discharge of members; right of appeal.
§15-2-22 Assignment of assistant attorney general; employment of legal counsel.
§15-2-23 Duties of superintendent as to statistics, aliens and labor conditions.
§15-2-24 Criminal identification bureau; establishment; supervision; purpose; fingerprints, photographs, records and other information; reports by courts and prosecuting attorneys; offenses and penalt
§15-2-24a National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact.
§15-2-24b Fees for certain fingerprinting services; dedication of fees.
§15-2-25 Rules generally; carrying of weapons upon retirement or medical discharge.
§15-2-25a Meaning of terms.
§15-2-25b Definitions.
§15-2-26 Continuation of Death, Disability and Retirement Fund;designating the Consolidated Public Retirement Board as administrator of fund.
§15-2-27 Retirement; awards and benefits; leased employees.
§15-2-27a Retirement annual annuity adjustments.
§15-2-28 Credit toward retirement for member's prior military service; credit toward retirement when employee has joined armed forces in time of armed conflict; qualified military service.
§15-2-29 Awards and benefits for disability incurred in performance of duty.
§15-2-30 Awards and benefits for disability due to other causes.
§15-2-31 Disability physical examinations; termination.
§15-2-31a Application for disability benefit; determinations.
§15-2-31b Annual report on disability retirement experience.
§15-2-32 Retirant not to exercise police authority; retention of group insurance.
§15-2-33 Awards and benefits to dependents of member when the member dies in performance of duty; to dependents of a duty disability retirant; dependent child scholarship and amount.
§15-2-33a Awards and benefits to dependents of member — Termination.
§15-2-34 Awards and benefits to dependents of employee when the employee dies from nonservice-connected causes.
§15-2-35 Awards and benefits to dependents of retirant or after an employee serves twenty years.
§15-2-35a Authority to continue payments to certain dependents.
§15-2-36 Awards and benefits to dependents of member — Termination.
§15-2-37 Refunds to certain employees upon discharge or resignation; deferred retirement.
§15-2-38 Refund to dependents upon death of member not eligible for benefits.
§15-2-39 Dependent child or children.
§15-2-39a Limitations on benefit increases.
§15-2-40 Commission on drunk driving prevention created; members; quorum; meetings.
§15-2-41 Powers and duties of commission; rule-making authority; monitoring and reporting.
§15-2-42 Drunk driving enforcement program established; purpose.
§15-2-43 Awarding service revolver upon retirement and disposal of service weapon when replaced due to routine wear.
§15-2-44 Federal law maximum benefit limitations.
§15-2-45 Federal law minimum required distributions.
§15-2-46 Direct rollovers.
§15-2-47 Federal qualification requirements.
§15-2-48 Repealed
§15-2-49 Benefits not forfeited if system terminates.
§15-2-50 Continuation date.
§15-2-51 State police reemployment.
§15-2-52 Termination of benefits; procedures.
§15-2-53 State law-enforcement association members annual leave program.
§15-2A-1 Short title.
§15-2A-2 Definitions.
§15-2A-3 Continuation and administration of West Virginia State Police Retirement System; leased employees; federal qualification requirements.
§15-2A-4 Participation in system; continuation of fund.
§15-2A-4a Specification of actuarial assumptions.
§15-2A-5 Employee contributions; employer contributions; forfeitures.
§15-2A-6 Retirement; commencement of benefits.
§15-2A-6a Federal law maximum benefit limitations.
§15-2A-6b Federal law minimum required distributions.
§15-2A-6c Direct rollovers.
§15-2A-6d Rollovers and transfers to purchase service credit orrepay withdrawn contributions.
§15-2A-7 Annual annuity adjustment.
§15-2A-8 Refunds to certain members upon discharge of resignation; deferred retirement.
§15-2A-9 Awards and benefits for disability — Incurred in performance of duty.
§15-2A-10 Same — Due to other causes.
§15-2A-11 Same — Physical examinations; termination.
§15-2A-11a Physical examinations of prospective members; application for disability benefit; determinations.
§15-2A-11b Annual report on each employer's disability retirement experience.
§15-2A-12 Awards and benefits to dependents of employees or retirants – When employee dies in performance of duty, etc.; dependent child scholarship and amount.
§15-2A-13 Same — When member dies from nonservice-connected causes before serving twenty years.
§15-2A-14 Awards and benefits to dependents of member — When member dies after retirement or after serving twenty years.
§15-2A-15 Exemption from taxation, garnishment and other process; exception for certain qualified domestic relations orders.
§15-2A-16 Fraud; penalties.
§15-2A-17 Awards and benefits to dependents of member — Termination.
§15-2A-18 Authority to continue payments to certain dependents.
§15-2A-19 Credit toward retirement for member's prior military service; credit toward retirement when member has joined armed forces in time of armed conflict; qualified military service.
§15-2A-20 Benefits not forfeited if system terminates.
§15-2A-21 Retirement credited service through member's use, as option, of accrued annual or sick leave days.
§15-2A-22 Limitations on benefit increases.
§15-2B-1 Short title.
§15-2B-2 Policy.
§15-2B-3 Definitions.
§15-2B-4 Division of public safety to establish and administer DNA identification system; inspection of laboratories.
§15-2B-5 Authority of division to enter into cooperative agreements.
§15-2B-6 DNA sample required for DNA analysis upon conviction; DNA sample required for certain prisoners.
§15-2B-7 Tests to be performed on blood sample.
§15-2B-8 Maintenance of DNA samples and records.
§15-2B-9 Procedures for withdrawal of blood sample for DNA analysis and for conducting analysis.
§15-2B-10 DNA database exchange.
§15-2B-11 Expungement.
§15-2B-12 Confidentiality; unauthorized uses of DNA databank; penalties.
§15-2B-13 Neglect of duties; destruction of samples; penalties.
§15-2B-14 Right to DNA testing.
§15-2C-1 Definitions.
§15-2C-2 Central Abuse Registry; required information; procedures.
§15-2C-3 Reports of certain convictions by prosecuting attorneys.
§15-2C-4 Disclosure of information.
§15-2C-5 Expungement of registry listing.
§15-2C-6 Fees.
§15-2C-7 Registration of home care agencies required; form ofregistration; information to be provided.
§15-2C-8 Service provider responsibilities.
§15-2C-9 Responsibilities of a Qualified Entity.
§15-2D-1 Legislative findings.
§15-2D-2 Division established; purpose; appointment and qualifications of director.
§15-2D-3 Duties and powers of the director and officers.
§15-2D-4 Oath of office.
§15-2D-5 Application of article.
§15-2D-6 Continuation of the division.
§15-2D-7 Security enforcement fund.
§15-2E-1 Definitions.
§15-2E-2 Post exchange authorized.
§15-2E-3 Operation of post exchange.
§15-2E-4 Creation of special account.
§15-2E-5 Use of funds from post exchange revenue.
§15-2E-6 Post exchange reporting requirements.
§15-2E-7 Legislative rules.
§15-2E-8 Termination date.
§15-3-1 Communication system for department of public safety.
§15-3-2 Radio transmitters operating on the state police frequency.
§15-3-3 Use of police radio stations.
§15-3-4 Priority of calls to police radio stations.
§15-3-5 Use of information obtained by interceptions of transmissions on department of public safety communications system forbidden; penalties.
§15-3-6 Location of police radio stations.
§15-3-7 Staffs of police radio stations.
§15-3-8 Superintendent to make rules and regulations to carry out article.
§15-3-9 Jurisdiction of justices to enforce article.
§15-3A-1 Short title.
§15-3A-2 Findings and determinations relative to "Amber's Plan".
§15-3A-3 Establishment of "Amber's Plan".
§15-3A-4 Activation of Amber Alert.
§15-3A-5 Notice to participating media; broadcast of alert.
§15-3A-6 Guidelines; procedural rules.
§15-3A-7 Providing for the use of video image recording devices for search purposes during an Amber Alert or Silver Alert Activation.
§15-3B-1 Short title.
§15-3B-2 Findings and declarations relative to "Silver Alert Plan".
§15-3B-3 Establishment of "Silver Alert" program.
§15-3B-4 Activation of Silver Alert.
§15-3B-5 Notice to participating media; broadcast of alert.
§15-3B-6 Aid to missing cognitively impaired adult; immunity from civil or criminal liability.
§15-4-1 Governor authorized to organize and maintain West Virginia state guard.
§15-4-2 Rules and regulations.
§15-4-3 Pay and allowances.
§15-4-4 Arms and equipment; use of state armories, etc.
§15-4-5 Service limited to state, except as to fresh pursuit; apprehension of persons in another state.
§15-4-6 Pursuit and apprehension of certain persons in this state by military forces of another state.
§15-4-7 Status of forces and members thereof with regard to federal service.
§15-4-8 Civil organizations, etc., not to be enlisted as unit.
§15-4-9 Disqualifications.
§15-4-10 Oath of officers.
§15-4-11 Term of enlistment; oath of enlisted men.
§15-4-12 Articles of war to apply as to court-martial, etc.; freedom from arrest; jury duty.
§15-4-13 Citation of article.
§15-5-1 Policy and purpose.
§15-5-2 Definitions.
§15-5-3 Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management created.
§15-5-4 West Virginia disaster recovery board created; organization of board; appointment of board members; term of office and expenses of board members; meetings.
§15-5-4b West Virginia disaster recovery board to disburse funds from recovery fund.
§15-5-4c Powers and duties of the West Virginia disaster recovery board.
§15-5-5 General powers of the governor.
§15-5-6 Emergency powers of Governor.
§15-5-7 Mobile support units.
§15-5-8 Local organization for emergency services.
§15-5-9 Mutual aid agreements.
§15-5-10 Regional organizations for emergency services.
§15-5-11 Immunity and exemption; "duly qualified emergency service worker" defined.
§15-5-12 Liability to sheltered persons.
§15-5-13 Appropriations; acceptance of services, gifts, grants and loans.
§15-5-14 Political activity of emergency service organizations.
§15-5-15 Emergency service personnel.
§15-5-15a Paid leave for disaster service volunteers.
§15-5-16 Utilization of existing services and facilities.
§15-5-17 Enforcement.
§15-5-18 Arrest by peace officer without warrant.
§15-5-19 Unorganized militia.
§15-5-19a Possession of firearms during a declared state of emergency.
§15-5-20 Disaster prevention.
§15-5-21 Communications.
§15-5-22 Emergency Management Assistance Compact.
§15-5-23 Severability; conflicts.
§15-5-24 Disaster recovery trust fund; use of funds of authority.
§15-5-25 Prohibition on funds inuring to the benefit of or being distributable to members, officers or private persons.
§15-5-26 Tax exemption.
§15-5-27 Annual report.
§15-5-28 Statewide mutual aid system.
§15-5A-1 Declaration of purpose.
§15-5A-2 Jurisdiction of West Virginia emergency response commission.
§15-5A-3 Definitions.
§15-5A-4 State emergency response commission created; composition and organization, qualifications, terms, removal, compensation, meetings.
§15-5A-5 Powers and duties of the commission.
§15-5A-6 Powers and duties of the office of emergency services.
§15-5A-7 Establishment of emergency planning districts and committees; composition, organization, duties.
§15-5A-8 Severability.
§15-5B-1 Legislative purpose; Mine and Industrial Accident Rapid Response System created.
§15-5B-2 Mine and industrial accident emergency operations center.
§15-5B-3 Emergency mine response.
§15-5B-3a Industrial facility emergency event notification and access.
§15-5B-4 Study of other industrial emergencies.
§15-5B-5 Rule-making authority.
§15-6-1 Legislative purpose and authority.
§15-6-2 Armory board revenue bonds not to constitute state debt, etc.
§15-6-3 Definitions.
§15-6-4 State armory board — Generally.
§15-6-5 State armory board — Duties.
§15-6-6 State armory board — Powers.
§15-6-6a Transfer of powers and duties to the adjutant general.
§15-6-7 State armory board — Authority to issue revenue bonds.
§15-6-8 State armory board — Trustee of holders of revenue bonds.
§15-6-9 Application of proceeds of bonds, grants and appropriations.
§15-6-10 Rentals and other revenues from armories.
§15-6-11 Authority of board to pledge revenues as security.
§15-6-12 Title to armory property, etc., to vest in state.
§15-6-13 Lease of armory or armory facilities by adjutant general.
§15-6-14 Acquisition of property for armory projects; condemnation.
§15-6-15 Preliminary expenses of armory projects.
§15-6-16 County or municipal aid for armory purposes.
§15-6-17 Disposition of abandoned and unsuitable armories or armory facilities.
§15-6-18 Exemption of armories, etc., from taxation.
§15-6-19 Article not authority to create state debt.
§15-6-20 Compliance with article and state constitution only restrictions on construction and management of projects under article.
§15-7-1 Citation of article.
§15-7-2 Declaration of policy.
§15-7-3 Definitions.
§15-7-4 Designation of emergency interim successors to legislators.
§15-7-5 Status, qualifications and term of emergency interim successors.
§15-7-6 Contingent method of designating emergency interim successors.
§15-7-7 Recording and publication of successor's name.
§15-7-8 Oath of emergency interim successors.
§15-7-9 Duty of emergency interim successors.
§15-7-10 Place of legislative session in event of attack, etc.
§15-7-11 Assumption of powers and duties of legislator by emergency interim successor.
§15-7-12 Privileges, immunities and compensation of emergency interim successors.
§15-7-13 Separability of provisions.
§15-8-1 Creation; purpose; composition.
§15-8-2 General powers and duties.
§15-8-3 Executive secretary; clerical and technical personnel.
§15-8-4 Training of peace officers approved by the bureau.
§15-8-5 Purchase of equipment and supplies; use of facilities of department of purchases.
§15-8-6 Standard color for motor vehicles used by sheriffs; standard badges and uniforms; wearing other than standard uniform or badge; unauthorized wearing of official uniforms or badges.
§15-8-7 Sheriffs' bureau special fund — Generally.
§15-8-8 Sheriffs' bureau special fund — How constituted; purpose; prerequisite to use.
§15-8-9 Sheriffs' bureau special fund — Payments from fund.
§15-8-10 Sheriffs' bureau special fund — Misuse.
§15-8-11 Sheriffs' bureau special fund — Contribution by county court.
§15-8-12 Sheriffs' bureau special fund — Tax exemption of purchases by fund.
§15-9-1 Committee designated as state planning agency under federal law.
§15-9-2 Facility inspection.
§15-9-3 Ascertaining compliance with applicable standards in juvenile detention and correctional facilities.
§15-9-4 Criminal sentencing research.
§15-10-1 Short title.
§15-10-2 Legislative findings.
§15-10-3 Definitions.
§15-10-4 Cooperation between law-enforcement agencies and other groups of state or local law-enforcement officers.
§15-10-5 Federal officers' peace-keeping authority.
§15-10A-1 Legislative findings.
§15-10A-2 Reemployment of law-enforcement officers.
§15-10A-3 Examination requirements.
§15-10A-4 Coverage for illness or injury.
§15-10A-5 Ineligibility for contributions to pensions.
§15-10A-6 Employment status; civil service; and retirement benefits.
§15-11-1 Law-enforcement, safety and emergency worker funeral expense fund created.
§15-11-2 Payment of funeral expenses of law-enforcement, safety and emergency workers killed in the line of duty.
§15-12-1 Short title.
§15-12-1a Intent and findings.
§15-12-2 Registration.
§15-12-2a Court determination of sexually violent predator.
§15-12-2b Creation of sex offender registration advisory board.
§15-12-3 Change in registry information.
§15-12-3a Petition for removal of sexually violent predator designation.
§15-12-4 Duration.
§15-12-5 Distribution and disclosure of information; community information programs by prosecuting attorney and State Police; petition to circuit court.
§15-12-6 Duties of institution officials.
§15-12-6a Release of information to the Sex Offender Registry.
§15-12-7 Information shall be released when person moves out of state.
§15-12-8 Failure to register or provide notice of registration changes; penalty; penalty for aiding and abetting.
§15-12-9 Registration of out-of-state offenders.
§15-12-10 Address verification.
§15-13-1 Intent and findings.
§15-13-2 Registration.
§15-13-3 Change in registry information.
§15-13-4 Duration.
§15-13-5 Distribution and disclosure of information.
§15-13-6 Duties of institution officials.
§15-13-7 Failure to register or provide notice of registration changes; penalty.
§15-13-8 Registration of out-of-state offenders.