AN ACT GRANTING MECKLENBURG COUNTY, WHO WAS PREVIOUSLY GRANTED AUTHORITY TO EXTEND COUNTYWIDE JURISDICTION TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF CHARLOTTE, AUTHORITY TO EXTEND LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY TO AN INDIVIDUAL TOWN WITHIN THE COUNTY FOR THE AREA WITHIN THAT INDIVIDUAL TOWN'S EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION.
Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 3rd edition.
Amends proposed changes to Section 1 of SL 1969-1170 to clarify that the powers that may be extended in an agreement between Mecklenburg County and any municipality in the county include jurisdiction (instead of extraterritorial jurisdiction). Adds that nothing in Section 1 authorizes police officers in Mecklenburg County to exercise any power or right outside of their original jurisdiction that they cannot exercise within their original jurisdiction.
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