(2) The officer must submit the administrative subpoena to the Attorney General for review prior to issuing the administrative subpoena to a financial institution, public or private utility, or communications provider.The officer must not issue the administrative subpoena without authorization by the Attorney General pursuant to subsection (D).HISTORY: 1993 Act No.181, Section 339; 2003 Act No. However, coverage under the bond does not include damage to persons or property arising out of the negligent operation of a motor vehicle.The bond may be individual, schedule, or blanket and on a form approved by the Attorney General.The premiums on the bonds must be paid by the division.All officers and agents of the division shall take and subscribe to the oath provided by law for peace officers. The Chief of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division may assign personnel of the division to particular areas of enforcement as appropriate for the enforcement of the laws and regulations of this State which the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is charged with enforcing. Supervision of security personnel employed by State.
The cost of the state criminal history background check may not exceed eight dollars and must be paid by the commission upon application for the state check. Revenue from certain fees and licenses to be remitted to State Treasurer. Code Commissioner's Note At the direction of the Code Commissioner, the reference to Section 23-31-110 following "gun permits" was removed. The SC LEAP also may utilize local critical incident support service providers including, but not limited to, chaplains, mental health professionals, and law enforcement peers. Notwithstanding another provision of law, each local and state emergency, fire, and law enforcement agency shall either: (1) adopt plain language communications as outlined by the Department of Homeland Security as its agency's standard; or (2) implement and submit for review by the State Law Enforcement Division a plan for the use of plain language communication during periods of a declared emergency. (A) For purposes of this section: (1) "Attorney General" means the Attorney General of the State of South Carolina or the Attorney General's designee who is employed by the Attorney General and is an officer of the court.Creation, chief and personnel of South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.