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ง 16-513. Police Force.

ง 16-513. Police force.

   (a) Establishment. -- There is a Baltimore City Community College police force.

(b) Powers. --

   (1) A Baltimore City Community College police officer has the powers granted to a peace and police officer.

   (2) (i) A Baltimore City Community College police officer may exercise these powers only on property that is owned, leased, operated by, or under the control of Baltimore City Community College.

      (ii) The police officer may not exercise these powers on any other property unless:

         1. Engaged in fresh pursuit of a suspected offender;

         2. Necessary to facilitate the orderly flow of traffic to and from property owned, leased, operated by, or under the control of Baltimore City Community College; or

         3. Ordered to do so by the Governor.

(c) Standards and qualifications. --

   (1) In consultation with the Secretary of State Police and the Maryland Police Training Commission, the Board of Trustees shall adopt standards, qualifications, and prerequisites of character, training, education, human and public relations, and experience for Baltimore City Community College police officers, including standards for the performance of their duties.

   (2) To the extent practicable, the Board shall adopt standards that are similar to the standards adopted for the Department of State Police.

(d) Regulations. -- The Board of Trustees shall adopt regulations governing the operation and conduct of the Baltimore City Community College police force and of Baltimore City Community College police officers.

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Larry Hogan
Larry Hogan
January 21, 2015 -
Republican
1-410-974-3400
100 State Circle, Annapolis, MD, 21401

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