2009 Alabama Code
Title 16 — EDUCATION.
Chapter 22 — OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES GENERALLY.
Section 16-22-1 Police officers at state colleges and universities or Institute for Deaf and Blind - Employment; powers and duties generally.
Police officers at state colleges and universities or Institute for Deaf and Blind - Employment; powers and duties generally.
(a) The president or chief executive officer of any state college or university, the president or chief executive officer of the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, the Presidents of Talladega College, Concordia College, Samford University, Birmingham-Southern College, Miles College, Stillman College, Tuskegee University, and Selma University may appoint and employ one or more suitable persons to act as police officers to keep off intruders and prevent trespass upon and damage to the property of the college or university or of the institute. These persons shall be charged with all the duties and invested with all the powers of police officers. Any police officer appointed by the President of Miles College shall be restricted to the campus and property of Miles College.
(b) This section is cumulative.(Acts 1969, No. 1125, p. 2084, §1; Acts 1971, No. 960, p. 1718, §2; Acts 1994, No. 94-587, p. 1083, §1; Acts 1996, No. 96-430, p. 543, §1; Act 2005-296, 1st Sp. Sess., p. 555, §1; Act 2006-607, p. 1671, §1.)
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