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Session Laws, 1995
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Ch. 3                                       1995 LAWS OF MARYLAND

(e) (2) (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 DEPARTMENT OF [Maryland] State Police is subject to that law.

(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.

DRAFTER'S NOTE:

Subsections (c)(1) and (2), (e)(2)(ii), and (g)(1) of this section are amended to
reflect the establishment of the Department of State Police as a principal
department of State government by Chs. 165 and 166, Acts of 1994, to reflect
the status of the head of the Department as a Secretary of a principal
department of State government, to make clarifying changes, and to delete
surplus language.

5-206.

(c) Any police officer who is informed of an aeronautics accident in this State
shall:

(1)     Report the accident to the Administration and to the appropriate
federal agency; and

(2)     To the extent practicable, preserve, protect, and prevent the removal of
the component parts of any aircraft involved in the accident until the DEPARTMENT OF
[Maryland] State Police or the appropriate federal agency institutes an investigation.

DRAFTER'S NOTE:

Subsection (c) of this section is amended to reflect the establishment of the
Department of State Police as a principal department of State government by
Chs. 165 and 166, Acts of 1994 and to delete surplus language.

6-209.

(b) (3) In addition to the information required under paragraph (2) of this
subsection, the applicant shall send a complete copy of the application to the
DEPARTMENT OF [Maryland] State Police.

(e) A violation of any provision of this section or of any other applicable gaming
law of the State:

(1) Shall be investigated jointly by the Administration and the
DEPARTMENT OF State Police; and

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