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Session Laws, 2004
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ROBERT L. EHRLICH, JR., Governor                           H.B. 206

(6)     a member of the Maryland Transit Administration Police Force,
Maryland Port Administration Police Force, or Maryland Transportation Authority
Police Force;

(7)     a member of the University of Maryland Police Force or Morgan State
University Police Force;

(8)     a special police officer who is appointed to enforce the law and
maintain order on or protect property of the State or any of its units;

(9) a member of the Department of General Services security force;

(10) the sheriff of a county whose usual duties include the making of
arrests;

(11) a regularly employed deputy sheriff of a county who is compensated
by the county and whose usual duties include the making of arrests;

(12) a member of the Natural Resources Police Force of the Department of
Natural Resources;

(13)   an authorized employee of the Field Enforcement Division of the
Comptroller's Office;

(14)   a member of the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning
Commission Park Police;

(15) a member of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City Police Force;

(16)   a member of the Crofton Police Department;

(17)   a member of the WMATA Metro Transit Police, subject to the
jurisdictional limitations under Article XVI, § 76 of the Washington Metropolitan
Area Transit Authority Compact, which is codified at
§ 10-204 of the Transportation
Article;

(18)   a member of the Internal Investigative Unit of the Department;

(19) a member of the State Forest and Park Service Police Force of the
Department of Natural Resources;

(20) a member of the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation
Police Force; [or]

(21) a member of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Police
Force; OR

(22) A MEMBER OF THE UNITED STATES PARK POLICE.

2-102.

(b) (1) Subject to the limitations of paragraph (3) of this subsection, a police
officer may make arrests, conduct investigations, and otherwise enforce the laws of
the State throughout the State without limitations as to jurisdiction.

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