2015 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 43A. Mental Health
§43A-3-429. Emergency service patrols.
A. Counties and municipalities may establish emergency service patrols. A patrol consists of persons trained to give assistance in public places to persons whom the patrol has reasonable grounds to believe are intoxicated. Members of an emergency service patrol shall be capable of providing first aid in emergency situations and may transport intoxicated persons to their homes and to and from approved treatment facilities and alternative facilities.
B. Standards for the establishment, training and conduct of emergency service patrols shall be adopted by the county or municipality and approved by the alcohol services and drug abuse planning body for that region. These standards shall comply with the standards of the regional emergency medical services plan.
Added by Laws 1978, c. 64, § 24. Amended by Laws 1983, c. 134, § 22, eff. July 1, 1983; Laws 1986, c. 103, § 48, eff. Nov. 1, 1986. Renumbered from Title 63, § 2141 by Laws 1986, c. 103, § 104, eff. Nov. 1, 1986.
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