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Session Laws, 1994
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Ch. 577

1994 LAWS OF MARYLAND

(IV)    SPECIALLY REQUESTED OR PERMITTED TO DO SO ON
PROPERTY OWNED, LEASED, OR OPERATED BY OR UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE
MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION BY THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION OR HIS DESIGNEE;

(V)     PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 27, § 594B OF THE CODE; OR
[
(iv)] (VI) Ordered to do so by the Governor.

(c)      (1) In consultation with the Superintendent of the Maryland State Police
and the Maryland Police Training Commission, the Secretary shall adopt standards,
qualifications, and prerequisites of character, training, education, human and public
relations, and experience for Maryland Transportation Authority police officers,
including standards for the performance of their duties.

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

(3)      Standards adopted on or after July 1, 1974, on minimum hiring
qualifications of Maryland Transportation Authority police officers may not affect the
status of any individual who was a qualified toll facilities police officer on that date.

(d)     The Authority shall adopt rules and regulations governing the operation and
conduct of the Maryland Transportation Authority police force and of Maryland
Transportation Authority police officers. These rules and regulations shall be consistent
with the standards established by the Secretary.

(e) (1) A member of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police Force is
entitled to the salary provided in the State budget.

(2) (i) A member of the Maryland Transportation Authority Police Force
is in the unclassified service of the State Personnel Management System.

(ii) However, a member of the Maryland' Transportation Authority
Police Force is subject to Division I of the State Personnel Article to the same extent that
a member of the Maryland State Police is subject to that law.

(F)      THE MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY POLICE FORCE SHALL
PROVIDE POLICE SERVICES TO THE AUTHORITY AND TO THE MARYLAND AVIATION
ADMINISTRATION, AND, AT THE DISCRETION OF THE SECRETARY, TO THE MOTOR
VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION
.

(G)     (1) ANY PERSON WHO WAS A MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING, AS OF JULY
1, 1977, OF THE MARYLAND AVIATION ADMINISTRATION POLICE FORCE OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND SUBSEQUENTLY AN AIRPORT POLICE
EMPLOYEE OF THE MARYLAND STATE POLICE, SHALL BECOME A MEMBER OF THE
MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY POLICE FORCE, AND SHALL CONTINUE
AS SUCH WITHOUT DIMINUTION IN SALARY, EXCEPT FOR SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL,
UNTIL RETIREMENT, RESIGNATION, OR TERMINATION, AND SHALL BE PAID IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY POLICE FORCE
PAY PLAN.

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