TO ALLOW COMPANY POLICE OFFICERS WHO ARE OFF PRIVATE PROPERTY CONTRACTED BY THE COMPANY POLICE AGENCY AND IN TRANSIT TO ANOTHER PROPERTY UNDER CONTRACT WITH THE COMPANY POLICE AGENCY TO OPERATE EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AT CRASH SCENES AND PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCIES THAT PRESENT A PUBLIC DANGER.
Amends GS 74E-6(c) to provide as title indicates. Clarifies that emergency assistance, as allowed in the section, includes activation of any emergency equipment and lights on a company police vehicle, but does not include law enforcement jurisdiction conferred by GS 74E-6.
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