Ch. 175 2004 LAWS OF MARYLAND
detention center deputy director, a law enforcement director, law enforcement
personnel, and a personal secretary to the Sheriff[, who shall serve at the pleasure of
2. The Sheriff may remove the chief deputy sheriff,
community adult rehabilitation center administrator, detention center director,
detention center deputy director, law enforcement director, and personal secretary to
the Sheriff at any time whether or not for cause.
(vii) Except for the chief deputy sheriff, community adult
rehabilitation center administrator, detention center director, detention center deputy
director, law enforcement director, law enforcement personnel, and personal secretary
to the Sheriff, all employees of the Sheriff's department:
1. Shall be governed by the rank, salary, and benefit
structures of the Cecil County personnel policy; and
2. [Upon] EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN SUBPARAGRAPH (VIII)
OF THIS PARAGRAPH, UPON completion of the probationary period, shall be subject to
the Cecil County personnel regulations and policies in all matters.
(VIII) LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS AND CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS
OF THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT MAY BE TERMINATED ONLY FOR JUST CAUSE.
SECTION 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall take
effect October 1, 2004.
Approved April 27, 2004.
(House Bill 449)
AN ACT concerning
Dealers - Precious Metal Objects - Transfer of Records
FOR the purpose of requiring the Secretary of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation to
encourage certain dealers and law enforcement units to develop a certain system
for transmitting records; requiring a dealer to submit certain records by one of
two methods, including by electronic
computer entry transmittal, in a format
acceptable to the receiving law enforcement unit, by a certain time each day
required by the law enforcement unit; and generally relating to the transfer of
records of dealers of precious metal objects.
BY repealing and reenacting, with amendments,
Article - Business Regulation
Annotated Code of Maryland
(1998 Replacement Volume and 2003 Supplement)
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