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41-1821. Arizona peace officer standards and training board; membership; appointment; term; vacancies; meetings; compensation; acceptance of grants

A. An Arizona peace officer standards and training board is established that consists of thirteen members appointed by the governor. The membership shall include:

1. Two sheriffs, one appointed from a county having a population of two hundred thousand or more persons and the remaining sheriff appointed from a county having a population of less than two hundred thousand persons.

2. Two chiefs of city police, one appointed from a city having a population of sixty thousand or more persons and the remaining chief appointed from a city having a population of less than sixty thousand persons, as reflected by the most recent United States decennial census.

3. A college faculty member in public administration or a related field.

4. The attorney general.

5. The director of the department of public safety.

6. The director of the state department of corrections.

7. One member who is employed in administering county or municipal correctional facilities.

8. Two certified law enforcement officers with a rank of patrolman or sergeant, with one appointed from a county sheriff's office and the other from a city police department.

9. Two public members.

B. The governor shall appoint a chairman from among the members at its first meeting and every year thereafter, except that an ex officio member shall not be appointed chairman. The governor shall not appoint more than one member from the same law enforcement agency. No board member who was qualified when appointed becomes disqualified unless the member ceases to hold the office that qualified the member for appointment.

C. Meetings shall be held at least quarterly or upon the call of the chairman or by the written request of five members of the board or by the governor. A vacancy on the board shall occur when a member except an ex officio member is absent without the permission of the chairman from three consecutive meetings. The governor may remove a member except an ex officio member for cause.

D. The term of each regular member shall be three years unless a member vacates the public office which qualified the member for this appointment.

E. The board members are not eligible to receive per diem but are eligible to receive reimbursement for travel expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.

F. On behalf of the board, the executive director may seek and accept contributions, grants, gifts, donations, services or other financial assistance from any individual, association, corporation or other organization having an interest in police training, and from the United States of America and any of its agencies or instrumentalities, corporate or otherwise. Only the executive director of the board may seek monies pursuant to this subsection. Such monies shall be deposited in the fund created by section 41-1825.

G. Membership on the board shall not constitute the holding of an office, and members of the board shall not be required to take and file oaths of office before serving on the board. No member of the board shall be disqualified from holding any public office or employment nor shall such member forfeit any such office or employment by reason of such member's appointment, notwithstanding the provisions of any general, special or local law, ordinance or city charter.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1821

41-1821. Arizona peace officer standards and training board; membership; appointment; term; vacancies; meetings; compensation; acceptance of grants

A. An Arizona peace officer standards and training board is established that consists of thirteen members appointed by the governor. The membership shall include:

1. Two sheriffs, one appointed from a county having a population of two hundred thousand or more persons and the remaining sheriff appointed from a county having a population of less than two hundred thousand persons.

2. Two chiefs of city police, one appointed from a city having a population of sixty thousand or more persons and the remaining chief appointed from a city having a population of less than sixty thousand persons, as reflected by the most recent United States decennial census.

3. A college faculty member in public administration or a related field.

4. The attorney general.

5. The director of the department of public safety.

6. The director of the state department of corrections.

7. One member who is employed in administering county or municipal correctional facilities.

8. Two certified law enforcement officers with a rank of patrolman or sergeant, with one appointed from a county sheriff's office and the other from a city police department.

9. Two public members.

B. The governor shall appoint a chairman from among the members at its first meeting and every year thereafter, except that an ex officio member shall not be appointed chairman. The governor shall not appoint more than one member from the same law enforcement agency. No board member who was qualified when appointed becomes disqualified unless the member ceases to hold the office that qualified the member for appointment.

C. Meetings shall be held at least quarterly or upon the call of the chairman or by the written request of five members of the board or by the governor. A vacancy on the board shall occur when a member except an ex officio member is absent without the permission of the chairman from three consecutive meetings. The governor may remove a member except an ex officio member for cause.

D. The term of each regular member shall be three years unless a member vacates the public office which qualified the member for this appointment.

E. The board members are not eligible to receive per diem but are eligible to receive reimbursement for travel expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.

F. On behalf of the board, the executive director may seek and accept contributions, grants, gifts, donations, services or other financial assistance from any individual, association, corporation or other organization having an interest in police training, and from the United States of America and any of its agencies or instrumentalities, corporate or otherwise. Only the executive director of the board may seek monies pursuant to this subsection. Such monies shall be deposited in the fund created by section 41-1825.

G. Membership on the board shall not constitute the holding of an office, and members of the board shall not be required to take and file oaths of office before serving on the board. No member of the board shall be disqualified from holding any public office or employment nor shall such member forfeit any such office or employment by reason of such member's appointment, notwithstanding the provisions of any general, special or local law, ordinance or city charter.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1821

41-1821. Arizona peace officer standards and training board; membership; appointment; term; vacancies; meetings; compensation; acceptance of grants

A. An Arizona peace officer standards and training board is established that consists of thirteen members appointed by the governor. The membership shall include:

1. Two sheriffs, one appointed from a county having a population of two hundred thousand or more persons and the remaining sheriff appointed from a county having a population of less than two hundred thousand persons.

2. Two chiefs of city police, one appointed from a city having a population of sixty thousand or more persons and the remaining chief appointed from a city having a population of less than sixty thousand persons, as reflected by the most recent United States decennial census.

3. A college faculty member in public administration or a related field.

4. The attorney general.

5. The director of the department of public safety.

6. The director of the state department of corrections.

7. One member who is employed in administering county or municipal correctional facilities.

8. Two certified law enforcement officers with a rank of patrolman or sergeant, with one appointed from a county sheriff's office and the other from a city police department.

9. Two public members.

B. The governor shall appoint a chairman from among the members at its first meeting and every year thereafter, except that an ex officio member shall not be appointed chairman. The governor shall not appoint more than one member from the same law enforcement agency. No board member who was qualified when appointed becomes disqualified unless the member ceases to hold the office that qualified the member for appointment.

C. Meetings shall be held at least quarterly or upon the call of the chairman or by the written request of five members of the board or by the governor. A vacancy on the board shall occur when a member except an ex officio member is absent without the permission of the chairman from three consecutive meetings. The governor may remove a member except an ex officio member for cause.

D. The term of each regular member shall be three years unless a member vacates the public office which qualified the member for this appointment.

E. The board members are not eligible to receive per diem but are eligible to receive reimbursement for travel expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.

F. On behalf of the board, the executive director may seek and accept contributions, grants, gifts, donations, services or other financial assistance from any individual, association, corporation or other organization having an interest in police training, and from the United States of America and any of its agencies or instrumentalities, corporate or otherwise. Only the executive director of the board may seek monies pursuant to this subsection. Such monies shall be deposited in the fund created by section 41-1825.

G. Membership on the board shall not constitute the holding of an office, and members of the board shall not be required to take and file oaths of office before serving on the board. No member of the board shall be disqualified from holding any public office or employment nor shall such member forfeit any such office or employment by reason of such member's appointment, notwithstanding the provisions of any general, special or local law, ordinance or city charter.

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