Wash. Admin. Code § 204-93-090 - Permit requirements
(1) An application for a permit to operate an assistance van shall be filed with the ESR on a form prescribed and furnished by the state patrol.
(2) The application must furnish the following information to the patrol:
(a) A listing of the names of all operators or drivers of the van and a completed fingerprint card and associated fee for the applicant and each person who operates and/or drives the van.
(b) A description of the specific geographic area in which the vehicle will be used as an assistance van.
(c) A description of each vehicle, to include, year, make, model, VIN, license number, and registered owner.
(d) Certification from each primary jurisdiction identified in (b) of this subsection that the vehicle is to be used as described. Such certification must be by the chief law enforcement officer. If the person making the application is the chief law enforcement officer, certification must be made by the chief executive officer of the political subdivision of the jurisdiction. The certification must state that a need exists in the jurisdiction for the vehicle to be used as described and that the certifier knows of no reason why the application should be denied.
(3) Upon satisfactory application the patrol may issue a permit.
Statutory Authority: RCW 46.37.005, 46.37.197, and 46.52.120. 09-18-072, § 204-93-090, filed 8/31/09, effective 10/1/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.52.120. 90-18-049, § 204-93-090, filed 8/30/90, effective 9/30/90. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.52.120 and 46.37.005. 85-20-090 (Order 002-85), § 204-93-090, filed 10/1/85.
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