Chapter 109 - UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICES AND CHARITABLE SOLICITATIONS BY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS

  1. § 239-109-1 - SOLICITATIONS THAT TANGIBLY BENEFIT LAW ENFORCEMENT
  2. § 239-109-2 - SOLICITATIONS THAT DO NOT TANGIBLY BENEFIT LAW ENFORCEMENT

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: This Chapter describes types of solicitations which tangibly benefit law enforcement and types which do not. In general, a solicitation which is completely unrelated to law enforcement officers, although it increases good will toward law enforcement, does not confer a tangible benefit. A solicitation which funds a law enforcement program, which otherwise would have to be funded through law enforcement's own budgeting processes, does confer a tangible benefit.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE: December 23, 1991
NON-SUBSTANTIVE CORRECTIONS:
April 4, 2000

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