2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 29: Law Enforcement
Article 3: Identification of Criminals, 29-3-1 through 29-3-12
Section 29-3-9: Instruction.

NM Stat § 29-3-9 (1996 through 1st Sess 50th Legis) What's This?

29-3-9. Instruction.

The governor or the chief of the New Mexico state police may, when deemed necessary or advisable, detail and commission any member or members of the New Mexico state police to attend as a student any school of instruction, now or which may hereafter be established and operated by the United States or any of its agencies, having for its purpose the instruction and training of operators in crime detection and identification, investigation and apprehension of criminals. Such person or persons so detailed and commissioned shall, when they are members of the New Mexico state police, draw the same salaries and allowances as when on duty in this state and shall be deemed to be on leave of absence for such purpose. All other persons so detailed and commissioned for such purpose shall be paid such compensation and allowance as may be provided by law.

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