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Old 11-08-2009, 7:20 PM
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Originally Posted by AJAX22 View Post
there is one state in particular which has a specific exemption in the penal code which allows for municipalities to appoint a special class of Law enforcement officers who are considered independent contractors and for whom the state/municipality assumes no liability for their actions... they also have limited jurisdiction and are paid only nominal sums.... BUT they legally qualify as LEO's... and there IS precedent to back it up with regard to HR218.
Does this state allow non-residents of that state to be eligible for this special class of LEO?

Originally Posted by AJAX22 View Post
Lets assume for a minute that everything I'm suggesting is on the up and up... and this is simply a case of you pay your 'application fee' you pass a background check and you get issued credentials...

How much is it worth to you?
Need more info...

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