Bill Summary for S 424 (2021)

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Jun 29 2022

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Senate Bill 424 (Public) Filed Wednesday, March 31, 2021
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE PRIVATE PROTECTIVE SERVICES BOARD AND THE PRIVATE PROTECTIVE SERVICES PROFESSION.
Intro. by Daniel.

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House committee substitute to the 2nd edition makes the following changes.

Section 1

Eliminates proposed changes to make the language of GS 74C-17(b) and (d) of Article 1, Private Protective Services Board, GS Chapter 74C gender neutral, as substantively similar changes were made to the statute by SL 2021-84. Incorporates the amendments of SL 2021-84 in the lead-in language of Section 1.

Changes the effective date of the proposed changes to Article 1, GS Chapter 74C, from October 1, 2021, to October 1, 2022.

Section 2

Changes the effective date of new GS 74C-3(c), which provide licensure exemptions under Article 1 for licensed private investigator or permitted trainee licensed before December 31, 2021. Makes the provisions effective January 1, 2023 (was, January 1, 2022).

Section 3

Changes the effective date of the proposed changes to GS 14-269.3(b)(4), regarding carrying weapons into assemblies and establishments serving alcoholic beverages by persons registered as a security guard, or hired by the owner, lessee, or person or organization sponsoring the event or a person employed by an entity licensed under GS 74C-2 who is hired by the owner, lessee, or person or organization sponsoring the event, making the changes effective December 1, 2022 (was, from December 1, 2021).

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