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CHAPTER 11 - WYOMING COURT SECURITY ACT

 

5-11-101. Wyoming court security commission created; membership;powers and duties; compensation; report required.

 

(a) The Wyoming court security commission is created under thesupervision of the Wyoming supreme court. The commission shall be composed ofthe director of the office of homeland security or his designee and nine (9)additional members who shall be appointed for a term of three (3) yearscommencing July 1, 2008, who may be reappointed to serve subsequent terms. Thenine (9) additional members shall include:

 

(i) One (1) justice of the Wyoming supreme court, appointed bythe chief justice;

 

(ii) One (1) district court judge, appointed by the board ofjudicial policy and administration;

 

(iii) One (1) circuit court judge, appointed by the board ofjudicial policy and administration;

 

(iv) One (1) county commissioner, appointed by the governor;

 

(v) One (1) county sheriff, appointed by the governor;

 

(vi) One (1) representative of the Wyoming peace officer'sstandards and training commission, appointed by the governor;

 

(vii) Two (2) legislators, one (1) from each house, appointed bythe speaker of the house and president of the senate respectively;

 

(viii) One (1) district attorney or county attorney, appointed bythe governor.

 

(b) Nonlegislative members of the commission shall receive nocompensation, but shall be reimbursed under W.S. 9-3-102 and 9-3-103 for perdiem and travel expenses incurred in the performance of their duties on thecommission.

 

(c) The legislative members shall receive salary andreimbursement for per diem and travel expenses incurred in the performance oftheir duties on the commission, as provided in W.S. 28-5-101.

 

(d) The commission shall meet at least two (2) times per year.

 

(e) The commission shall:

 

(i) Establish standards to protect life, property and thejudicial process in the Wyoming court system. In establishing the standards,the commission shall recommend proper levels of court security to each countywith due consideration of each county's size, use of court facilities andsecurity risks. The standards shall include:

 

(A) Requirements concerning equipment, facilities andarchitecture for court security purposes;

 

(B) Basic training requirements for peace officers authorizedto act as court security officers;

 

(C) Basic protocol and procedures for court security; and

 

(D) Requirements for the establishment of local court securitymanagement committees.

 

(ii) Visit and inspect any court security program at anyappropriate time;

 

(iii) Recommend to the legislature the distribution of funds tocounties as may from time to time be appropriated by the legislature for theprovision of court security;

 

(iv) Report no later than September 1, 2009, and annuallythereafter to the governor, chief justice of the supreme court, joint judiciaryinterim committee and the joint appropriations interim committee on the statusof court security in the state.

 

(f) The supreme court shall provide necessary administrativesupport for the commission.

 

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wyoming > Title5 > Chapter11

CHAPTER 11 - WYOMING COURT SECURITY ACT

 

5-11-101. Wyoming court security commission created; membership;powers and duties; compensation; report required.

 

(a) The Wyoming court security commission is created under thesupervision of the Wyoming supreme court. The commission shall be composed ofthe director of the office of homeland security or his designee and nine (9)additional members who shall be appointed for a term of three (3) yearscommencing July 1, 2008, who may be reappointed to serve subsequent terms. Thenine (9) additional members shall include:

 

(i) One (1) justice of the Wyoming supreme court, appointed bythe chief justice;

 

(ii) One (1) district court judge, appointed by the board ofjudicial policy and administration;

 

(iii) One (1) circuit court judge, appointed by the board ofjudicial policy and administration;

 

(iv) One (1) county commissioner, appointed by the governor;

 

(v) One (1) county sheriff, appointed by the governor;

 

(vi) One (1) representative of the Wyoming peace officer'sstandards and training commission, appointed by the governor;

 

(vii) Two (2) legislators, one (1) from each house, appointed bythe speaker of the house and president of the senate respectively;

 

(viii) One (1) district attorney or county attorney, appointed bythe governor.

 

(b) Nonlegislative members of the commission shall receive nocompensation, but shall be reimbursed under W.S. 9-3-102 and 9-3-103 for perdiem and travel expenses incurred in the performance of their duties on thecommission.

 

(c) The legislative members shall receive salary andreimbursement for per diem and travel expenses incurred in the performance oftheir duties on the commission, as provided in W.S. 28-5-101.

 

(d) The commission shall meet at least two (2) times per year.

 

(e) The commission shall:

 

(i) Establish standards to protect life, property and thejudicial process in the Wyoming court system. In establishing the standards,the commission shall recommend proper levels of court security to each countywith due consideration of each county's size, use of court facilities andsecurity risks. The standards shall include:

 

(A) Requirements concerning equipment, facilities andarchitecture for court security purposes;

 

(B) Basic training requirements for peace officers authorizedto act as court security officers;

 

(C) Basic protocol and procedures for court security; and

 

(D) Requirements for the establishment of local court securitymanagement committees.

 

(ii) Visit and inspect any court security program at anyappropriate time;

 

(iii) Recommend to the legislature the distribution of funds tocounties as may from time to time be appropriated by the legislature for theprovision of court security;

 

(iv) Report no later than September 1, 2009, and annuallythereafter to the governor, chief justice of the supreme court, joint judiciaryinterim committee and the joint appropriations interim committee on the statusof court security in the state.

 

(f) The supreme court shall provide necessary administrativesupport for the commission.

 


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Statutes > Wyoming > Title5 > Chapter11

CHAPTER 11 - WYOMING COURT SECURITY ACT

 

5-11-101. Wyoming court security commission created; membership;powers and duties; compensation; report required.

 

(a) The Wyoming court security commission is created under thesupervision of the Wyoming supreme court. The commission shall be composed ofthe director of the office of homeland security or his designee and nine (9)additional members who shall be appointed for a term of three (3) yearscommencing July 1, 2008, who may be reappointed to serve subsequent terms. Thenine (9) additional members shall include:

 

(i) One (1) justice of the Wyoming supreme court, appointed bythe chief justice;

 

(ii) One (1) district court judge, appointed by the board ofjudicial policy and administration;

 

(iii) One (1) circuit court judge, appointed by the board ofjudicial policy and administration;

 

(iv) One (1) county commissioner, appointed by the governor;

 

(v) One (1) county sheriff, appointed by the governor;

 

(vi) One (1) representative of the Wyoming peace officer'sstandards and training commission, appointed by the governor;

 

(vii) Two (2) legislators, one (1) from each house, appointed bythe speaker of the house and president of the senate respectively;

 

(viii) One (1) district attorney or county attorney, appointed bythe governor.

 

(b) Nonlegislative members of the commission shall receive nocompensation, but shall be reimbursed under W.S. 9-3-102 and 9-3-103 for perdiem and travel expenses incurred in the performance of their duties on thecommission.

 

(c) The legislative members shall receive salary andreimbursement for per diem and travel expenses incurred in the performance oftheir duties on the commission, as provided in W.S. 28-5-101.

 

(d) The commission shall meet at least two (2) times per year.

 

(e) The commission shall:

 

(i) Establish standards to protect life, property and thejudicial process in the Wyoming court system. In establishing the standards,the commission shall recommend proper levels of court security to each countywith due consideration of each county's size, use of court facilities andsecurity risks. The standards shall include:

 

(A) Requirements concerning equipment, facilities andarchitecture for court security purposes;

 

(B) Basic training requirements for peace officers authorizedto act as court security officers;

 

(C) Basic protocol and procedures for court security; and

 

(D) Requirements for the establishment of local court securitymanagement committees.

 

(ii) Visit and inspect any court security program at anyappropriate time;

 

(iii) Recommend to the legislature the distribution of funds tocounties as may from time to time be appropriated by the legislature for theprovision of court security;

 

(iv) Report no later than September 1, 2009, and annuallythereafter to the governor, chief justice of the supreme court, joint judiciaryinterim committee and the joint appropriations interim committee on the statusof court security in the state.

 

(f) The supreme court shall provide necessary administrativesupport for the commission.

 

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