CHAPTER 104
MUNICIPAL POLICE AND FIRE PROTECTION

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Sec. 7-277a. Police assistance agreements.
Sec. 7-294b. Members of council. Holding of other office.
Sec. 7-294d. Powers of council. Certification of police officers, police training schools and law enforcement instructors. Refusal to renew, cancellation or revocation of certification. Automatic certification. Exemptions.
Sec. 7-294o. Development and implementation of policy re missing persons.
Sec. 7-314. Definitions. Exemption from Freedom of Information Act.
Sec. 7-314a. Death, disability and injury benefits. Presumption.
Sec. 7-323p. State fire school. Training and education extension account. Auxiliary services account.

PART I
POLICE DEPARTMENTS

      Sec. 7-277a. Police assistance agreements. (a) The chief executive officer of any town, city or borough or his designee may, whenever he determines it to be necessary in order to protect the safety or well-being of his municipality, request the chief executive officer of any other town, city or borough to furnish such police assistance as is necessary to meet such situation and the chief executive officer, or chief of police or board of police commissioners or other duly constituted authority with the approval of the chief executive officer of the municipality receiving such request may, notwithstanding any other provision or requirement of state or local law, assign and make available for duty in such other municipality, under the direction and command of an officer designated for the purpose, such part of the police forces under his control as he deems consistent with the safety and well-being of his municipality. Any policeman so provided, while acting in response to such request, shall have the same powers, duties, privileges and immunities as are conferred on the policemen of the municipality requesting assistance. Unless waived in writing by the chief executive officer of the municipality supplying assistance pursuant to a request under this section, such municipality shall be reimbursed for all expenditures incurred in providing such assistance by the municipality making such request, including payments for death, disability or injury of employees and losses or damages to supplies or equipment incurred in providing such assistance. Any municipality, upon the approval of the chief executive officer and, where required by charter or ordinance, the governing body of such municipality, may enter into an agreement with any other municipality or municipalities, with respect to requesting and supplying such assistance and reimbursing or receiving reimbursement for the same.

      (b) The chief executive officer of any institution which maintains a special police force, established under the provisions of section 10a-142, and the chief of police of the Office of State Capitol Police, established under the provisions of section 2-1f, may enter into an agreement with one or more municipalities to furnish or receive police assistance under the same conditions and terms specified in subsection (a) of this section for agreements between municipalities.

      (c) The chief executive officer of any town, city or borough which provides police protection solely by a constabulary force may enter into an agreement with one or more municipalities to furnish or receive police assistance under the conditions and terms specified in subsection (a) of this section.

      (1967, P.A. 198; 1969, P.A. 78; P.A. 83-466, S. 1; P.A. 84-302, S. 1; P.A. 96-219, S. 2; P.A. 07-217, S. 21.)

      History: 1969 act allowed request for assistance to be made when chief executive officer determines it to be necessary rather than "in any emergency" as previously, permitted police chief, police commissioners etc. power to fill request as well as chief executive authority, permitted waiver of reimbursement and provided for agreements between municipalities regarding assistance and reimbursement; P.A. 83-466 added Subsec. (b), which permitted state university special police forces to enter into mutual aid agreements with municipalities and amended Subsec. (a) to permit a municipality's chief executive officer's designee to request police assistance of the chief executive officer of another municipality; P.A. 84-302 added Subsec. (c), permitting the chief executive officer of any town protected solely by a constabulary force to enter into mutual aid agreements with other municipalities; P.A. 96-219 amended Subsec. (b) by adding reference to the chief of police of the Office of State Capitol Police, established under Sec. 2-1f; P.A. 07-217 made technical changes in Subsecs. (b) and (c), effective July 12, 2007.

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      Sec. 7-294b. Members of council. Holding of other office. (a) There shall be a Police Officer Standards and Training Council which shall be within the Division of State Police of the Department of Public Safety for administrative purposes only and which shall consist of the following members appointed by the Governor: (1) A chief administrative officer of a town or city in Connecticut; (2) the chief elected official or chief executive officer of a town or city in Connecticut with a population under twelve thousand which does not have an organized police department; (3) a member of the faculty of The University of Connecticut; (4) eight members of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association who are holding office or employed as chief of police or the highest ranking professional police officer of an organized police department of a municipality within the state; (5) the Chief State's Attorney; (6) a sworn municipal police officer whose rank is sergeant or lower; and (7) five public members. The Commissioner of Public Safety and the Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent-in-charge in Connecticut or their designees shall be voting ex-officio members of the council. Any nonpublic member of the council shall immediately upon the termination of his holding the office or employment which qualified him for appointment cease to be a member of the council. A member appointed to fill a vacancy shall be appointed for the unexpired term of the member whom he is to succeed in the same manner as the original appointment. The Governor shall appoint a chairperson and the council shall appoint a vice-chairperson and a secretary from among the members. The members of the council shall serve without compensation but shall be entitled to actual expenses involved in the performance of their duties.

      (b) Membership on the council shall not constitute holding a public office. No member of the council shall be disqualified from holding any public office or employment by reason of his appointment to or membership on the council nor shall any member forfeit any such office or employment by reason of his appointment to the council, notwithstanding the provisions of any general statute, special act or local law, ordinance or charter.

      (February, 1965, P.A. 575, S. 2, 4; P.A. 77-290; 77-614, S. 487, 610; P.A. 78-303, S. 9, 136; P.A. 79-560, S. 34, 39; P.A. 82-357, S. 2, 8; P.A. 87-477, S. 3; P.A. 89-376, S. 2; P.A. 93-43; P.A. 95-108, S. 3; P.A. 97-5; P.A. 07-17, S. 1.)

      History: P.A. 77-290 added to provision concerning appointment the phrase calling for service until successors are appointed in Subsec. (a); P.A. 77-614 placed council within the department of public safety for administrative purposes, effective January 1, 1979; P.A. 78-303 substituted commissioner of public safety for commissioner of state police to fulfill requirements of P.A. 77-614, S. 486; P.A. 79-560 added requirement that there be five public members; P.A. 82-357 put the council within the division of state police for administrative purposes only and made provisions for the appointment of a chairperson, vice-chairperson and secretary; P.A. 87-477 added chief state's attorney as member of council; P.A. 89-376 amended Subsec. (a) to permit public safety commissioner and FBI special agent-in-charge to have designees and to be voting ex-officio members of council; P.A. 93-43 added Subsec. (a)(3) extending membership to chief elected official or chief executive officer of a town with a population under 12,000 which does not have an organized police department; P.A. 95-108 amended Subsec. (a) to rename Municipal Police Training Council as Police Officer Standards and Training Council; P.A. 97-5 added new Subsec. (a)(6) extending membership on council to a member of the Connecticut Coalition of Police and Corrections Officers, and renumbered the remaining Subdiv. Accordingly; P.A. 07-17 amended Subsec. (a)(6) to change membership from a member of the Connecticut Coalition of Police and Corrections Officers to a sworn municipal police officer, effective May 7, 2007.

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      Sec. 7-294d. Powers of council. Certification of police officers, police training schools and law enforcement instructors. Refusal to renew, cancellation or revocation of certification. Automatic certification. Exemptions. (a) The Police Officer Standards and Training Council shall have the following powers:

      (1) To develop and periodically update and revise a comprehensive municipal police training plan;

      (2) To approve, or revoke the approval of, any police training school and to issue certification to such schools and to revoke such certification;

      (3) To set the minimum courses of study and attendance required and the equipment and facilities to be required of approved police training schools;

      (4) To set the minimum qualifications for law enforcement instructors and to issue appropriate certification to such instructors;

      (5) To require that all probationary candidates receive the hours of basic training deemed necessary before being eligible for certification, such basic training to be completed within one year following the appointment as a probationary candidate, unless the candidate is granted additional time to complete such basic training by the council;

      (6) To require the registration of probationary candidates with the academy within ten days of hiring for the purpose of scheduling training;

      (7) To issue appropriate certification to police officers who have satisfactorily completed minimum basic training programs;

      (8) To require that each police officer satisfactorily complete at least forty hours of certified review training every three years in order to maintain certification, unless the officer is granted additional time not to exceed one year to complete such training by the council;

      (9) To renew the certification of those police officers who have satisfactorily completed review training programs;

      (10) To establish uniform minimum educational and training standards for employment as a police officer in full-time positions, temporary or probationary positions and part-time or voluntary positions;

      (11) To visit and inspect police basic training schools and to inspect each school at least once each year;

      (12) To consult with and cooperate with universities, colleges and institutes for the development of specialized courses of study for police officers in police science and police administration;

      (13) To consult with and cooperate with departments and agencies of this state and other states and the federal government concerned with police training;

      (14) To employ an executive director, an unclassified executive secretary and any other personnel that may be necessary in the performance of its functions;

      (15) To perform any other acts that may be necessary and appropriate to carry out the functions of the council as set forth in sections 7-294a to 7-294e, inclusive;

      (16) To accept contributions, grants, gifts, donations, services or other financial assistance from any governmental unit, public agency or the private sector;

      (17) To conduct any inspection and evaluation that may be necessary to determine if a law enforcement unit is complying with the provisions of this section;

      (18) At the request and expense of any law enforcement unit, to conduct general or specific management surveys;

      (19) To develop objective and uniform criteria for granting any waiver of regulations or procedures established by the council;

      (20) To recruit, select and appoint candidates to the position of probationary candidate, as defined in section 7-294a, and provide recruit training for candidates of the Connecticut Police Corps program in accordance with the Police Corps Act, 42 USC 14091 et seq., as amended from time to time;

      (21) To develop, adopt and revise, as necessary, comprehensive accreditation standards for the administration and management of law enforcement units, to grant accreditation to those law enforcement units that demonstrate their compliance with such standards and, at the request and expense of any law enforcement unit, to conduct such surveys as may be necessary to determine such unit's compliance with such standards;

      (22) To appoint any council training instructor, or such other person as determined by the council, to act as a special police officer throughout the state as such instructor or other person's official duties may require, provided any such instructor or other person so appointed shall be a certified police officer. Each such special police officer shall be sworn and may arrest and present before a competent authority any person for any offense committed within the officer's precinct.

      (b) No person may be employed as a police officer by any law enforcement unit for a period exceeding one year unless he has been certified under the provisions of subsection (a) of this section or has been granted an extension by the council. No person may serve as a police officer during any period when his certification has been cancelled or revoked pursuant to the provisions of subsection (c) of this section. In addition to the requirements of this subsection, the council may establish other qualifications for the employment of police officers and require evidence of fulfillment of these qualifications. The certification of any police officer who is not employed by a law enforcement unit for a period of time in excess of two years, unless such officer is on leave of absence, shall be considered lapsed. Upon reemployment as a police officer, such officer shall apply for recertification in a manner provided by the council. The council shall certify any applicant who presents evidence of satisfactory completion of a program or course of instruction in another state equivalent in content and quality to that required in this state, provided he passes an examination or evaluation as required by the council.

      (c) (1) The council may refuse to renew any certificate if the holder fails to meet the requirements for renewal of his or her certification.

      (2) The council may cancel or revoke any certificate if: (A) The certificate was issued by administrative error, (B) the certificate was obtained through misrepresentation or fraud, (C) the holder falsified any document in order to obtain or renew any certificate, (D) the holder has been convicted of a felony, (E) the holder has been found not guilty of a felony by reason of mental disease or defect pursuant to section 53a-13, (F) the holder has been convicted of a violation of subsection (c) of section 21a-279 or section 29-9, (G) the holder has been refused issuance of a certificate or similar authorization or has had his or her certificate or other authorization cancelled or revoked by another jurisdiction on grounds which would authorize cancellation or revocation under the provisions of this subdivision, (H) the holder has been found by a law enforcement unit, pursuant to procedures established by such unit, to have used a firearm in an improper manner which resulted in the death or serious physical injury of another person, or (I) the holder has been found by a law enforcement unit, pursuant to procedures established by such unit, to have committed any act that would constitute tampering with or fabricating physical evidence in violation of section 53a-155, perjury in violation of section 53a-156 or false statement in the second degree in violation of section 53a-157b. Whenever the council believes there is a reasonable basis for cancellation or revocation of the certification of a police officer, police training school or law enforcement instructor, it shall give notice and an adequate opportunity for a hearing prior to such cancellation or revocation. The council may cancel or revoke any certificate if, after a de novo review, it finds by clear and convincing evidence (i) a basis set forth in subparagraphs (A) to (G), inclusive, of this subdivision, or (ii) that the holder of the certificate committed an act set forth in subparagraph (H) or (I) of this subdivision. Any police officer or law enforcement instructor whose certification is cancelled or revoked pursuant to this section may reapply for certification no sooner than two years after the date on which the cancellation or revocation order becomes final. Any police training school whose certification is cancelled or revoked pursuant to this section may reapply for certification at any time after the date on which such order becomes final.

      (d) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, any police officer, except a probationary candidate, who is serving under full-time appointment on July 1, 1982, shall be deemed to have met all certification requirements and shall be automatically certified by the council in accordance with the provisions of subsection (a) of section 7-294e.

      (e) The provisions of this section shall apply to any person who performs police functions. As used in this subsection, "performs police functions" for a person who is not a police officer, as defined in section 7-294a, means that in the course of his official duties, such person carries a firearm and exercises arrest powers pursuant to section 54-1f or engages in the prevention, detection or investigation of crime, as defined in section 53a-24. The council shall establish criteria by which the certification process required by this section shall apply to police officers.

      (f) The provisions of this section shall not apply to (1) any state police training school or program, (2) any sworn member of the Division of State Police within the Department of Public Safety, (3) Connecticut National Guard security personnel, when acting within the scope of their National Guard duties, who have satisfactorily completed a program of police training conducted by the United States Army or Air Force, (4) employees of the Judicial Department, (5) municipal animal control officers appointed pursuant to section 22-331, or (6) fire police appointed pursuant to section 7-313a. The provisions of this section with respect to renewal of certification upon satisfactory completion of review training programs shall not apply to any chief inspector or inspector in the Division of Criminal Justice who has satisfactorily completed a program of police training conducted by the division.

      (February, 1965, P.A. 575, S. 5; 1967, P.A. 669; P.A. 77-289; P.A. 81-426, S. 3; P.A. 82-357, S. 3, 8; P.A. 87-99; 87-560, S. 2; P.A. 91-186; P.A. 92-128, S. 1, 2; P.A. 93-271, S. 1, 3; 93-435, S. 1, 95; P.A. 94-44, S. 1, 2; May Sp. Sess. P.A. 94-6, S. 10, 28; P.A. 95-108, S. 4; P.A. 00-51, S. 1, 2; P.A. 01-195, S. 13, 181; June 30 Sp. Sess. P.A. 03-6, S. 169; P.A. 05-200, S. 1; P.A. 07-151, S. 2; 07-217, S. 22.)

      History: 1967 act inserted new Subdiv. (k) re personnel and relettered former Subdiv. (k) as Subdiv. (l); P.A. 77-289 added Subdiv. (m) re acceptance of contributions etc.; P.A. 81-426 expanded the authority of the council to all police training programs, except the state police, and enlarged the scope of its powers to include requiring a minimum of 480 hours of basic training for all probationary candidates and setting requirements of in-service training programs and certification; P.A. 82-357 broadened the powers of the council and added provisions dealing with certification of police officers, cancellation or revocation of certificates, automatic certification and part-time police officers; P.A. 87-99 amended Subsec. (f), exempting certain Connecticut national guard security personnel from training requirements; P.A. 87-560 amended Subsec. (a) to delete requirement in Subdiv. (7) re any police officer hired on a part-time basis, renumbering all remaining subdivisions, to require issuance of "certification" in lieu of "certificates of approval" or "certificates", to clarify that each police officer complete 40 hours of review training every three years "in order to maintain his certification", to require the renewal of certification for those officers who have satisfactorily completed review training and to require the establishment of "uniform" minimum educational and training standards for all police officers, amended Subsec. (c) to authorize council to refuse to renew any certificate if holder thereof fails to meet requirements for certification renewal to require council to give adequate opportunity for a hearing whenever it believes there is reasonable basis for cancellation or revocation of a police training school or law enforcement instructor certification to permit a law enforcement instructor to reapply for certification two years after date cancellation or revocation order becomes final and to permit a police training school to reapply for certification at any time after date on which order becomes final, and amended Subsec. (e) to specifically provide that section applies to any person who performs police functions, deleting reference to "twenty or more hours per week"; P.A. 91-186 amended Subsec. (f) to exempt any chief inspector or inspector in division of criminal justice who has completed division training program from requirements re renewal of certification; P.A. 92-128 amended Subsec. (c) to authorize council to cancel or revoke any certificate if holder falsified any document in order to obtain or renew any certificate, has been found not guilty of a felony due to mental disease or defect, has been convicted of a violation of Sec. 21a-279(c) or 29-9, has been refused issuance of a certificate or has had certificate revoked by another jurisdiction or has been found to have used a firearm in an improper manner which resulted in death or serious physical injury of another person; P.A. 93-271 amended Subsec. (a)(5) to delete requirement that probationary candidates receive a minimum of 480 hours of basic training and substitute requirement that such candidates receive the hours of basic training deemed necessary and to eliminate obsolete provision in Subsec. (a)(8) relating to police officers who have completed basic training on or before July 1, 1982, effective June 29, 1993; P.A. 93-435 made a technical change in Subsec. (c)(2), effective June 28, 1993; P.A. 94-44 amended Subsec. (a)(8) to authorize council to grant additional time not to exceed one year to a police officer to complete his certified review training, effective May 24, 1994; May Sp. Sess. P.A. 94-6 amended Subsec. (f) to add the exception for employees of the judicial department, effective July 1, 1994; P.A. 95-108 renamed Municipal Police Training Council as Police Officer Standards and Training Council, amended Subsec. (e) to add definition of "performs police functions" and amended Subsec. (f) to explicitly exempt from the section's training requirements sworn members of the state police, trained sheriffs or deputy sheriffs, municipal animal control officers and fire police; P.A. 00-51 amended Subsec. (a) to add management of Connecticut Police Corps program to powers of council and made technical changes for the purposes of gender neutrality, effective May 16, 2000; P.A. 01-195 deleted Subsec. (f)(5) re sheriffs or deputy sheriffs, renumbering existing Subdivs. (6) and (7) as Subdivs. (5) and (6), effective July 11, 2001; June 30 Sp. Sess. P.A. 03-6 added Subsec. (a)(21) and (22) re comprehensive accreditation standards for law enforcement units and appointment of special police officers; P.A. 05-200 amended Subsec. (c)(2) to add Subpara. (I) re commission of acts that would constitute tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, perjury or false statement as grounds for cancellation or revocation of a certificate, require the council to give "notice" prior to such cancellation or revocation and add provision authorizing the council to cancel or revoke a certificate if, after a de novo review, it finds by clear and convincing evidence a basis set forth in Subparas. (A) to (G), inclusive, or that the holder committed an act set forth in Subpara. (H) or (I), and made technical changes for purposes of gender neutrality in Subsec. (c); P.A. 07-151 amended Subsec. (a)(14) to specify that council may employ an unclassified executive secretary, effective June 19, 2007; P.A. 07-217 made a technical change in Subsec. (d), effective July 12, 2007.

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      Sec. 7-294o. Development and implementation of policy re missing persons. Not later than January 1, 2008, the Police Officer Standards and Training Council shall develop and implement a policy concerning the acceptance of missing person reports by law enforcement agencies in this state and such agencies' response thereto. Such policy shall include, but not be limited to, guidelines for the acceptance of a missing person report, the types of information that a law enforcement agency should seek to ascertain and record concerning the missing person that would aid in locating the missing person, the circumstances that indicate that a missing person is a high risk missing person, the types of information that a law enforcement agency should provide to the person making the missing person report, a family member or any other person in a position to assist the law enforcement agency in its efforts to locate the missing person and the responsibilities of a law enforcement agency in responding to a missing person report and the manner of such response.

      (P.A. 07-151, S. 1.)

      History: P.A. 07-151 effective July 1, 2007.

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PART IV
VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS
AND VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE SERVICE MEMBERS

      Sec. 7-314. Definitions. Exemption from Freedom of Information Act.

      Subsec. (a):

      Although plaintiff volunteer firefighters were injured while repairing roof of station house during "work night" organized by fire station's board of managers and supervised by fire chief, commissioner's determination that they had not been ordered to do so was supported by evidence showing that participation in event was voluntary; because plaintiffs' attendance at work night activities was voluntary, fact that they had been supervised by fire chief during project did not make those activities "fire duties" for purposes of qualifying for compensation under Subsec. 99 CA 42.


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      Sec. 7-314a. Death, disability and injury benefits. Presumption.

      Subsec. (a):

      Volunteer firefighter's participation in basketball program arranged by the volunteer fire department does not constitute training. 281 C. 600.


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PART VI
COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL.
STATE FIRE ADMINISTRATION

      Sec. 7-323p. State fire school. Training and education extension account. Auxiliary services account. (a) The Office of State Fire Administration shall maintain and operate a state fire school which shall serve as the training and education arm of the Commission on Fire Prevention and Control. The use of any hazardous material, as defined in section 29-307a, except a virgin fuel, is prohibited in the simulation of any fire. The office shall fix fees for training and education programs and sessions and for such other purposes deemed necessary for the operation and support of the school, subject to the approval of the commission. Such fees shall be used solely for training and education purposes.

      (b) The commission may establish and maintain a state fire school training and education extension account, which shall be a separate account within the General Fund. The account shall contain any moneys required by law to be deposited in the account. The account may be used for the operation of such training and education extension programs and sessions as the Office of State Fire Administration may establish, for the purchase of such equipment as is required for use in the operation of such programs and sessions, and for (1) reimbursement to municipalities and municipal fire departments for one-half of the costs of Firefighter I certification and recruit training of municipal volunteer and paid fire service personnel, and (2) reimbursement to state agencies for one-half of the costs of Firefighter I certification and recruit training of state agency fire service personnel. All proceeds derived from the operation of the training and education extension programs and sessions shall be deposited in the General Fund and shall be credited to and become a part of the resources of the account. All direct expenses incurred in the conduct of the training, certification and education programs and sessions shall be charged, and any payments of interest and principal of bonds or any sums transferable to any fund for the payment of interest and principal of bonds and any cost of equipment for such operations may be charged, against the account on order of the State Comptroller. Any balance of receipts above expenditures shall remain in the account to be used for its training and education programs and sessions, and for the acquisition, as provided by section 4b-21, alteration and repairs of real property for educational facilities, except such sums as may be required to be transferred from time to time to any fund for the redemption of bonds and payment of interest on bonds, provided repairs, alterations or additions to educational facilities costing fifty thousand dollars or less shall require the approval of the Commissioner of Public Works, and capital projects costing over fifty thousand dollars shall require the approval of the General Assembly or, when the General Assembly is not in session, of the Finance Advisory Committee.

      (c) The commission may establish and maintain a state fire school auxiliary services account, which shall be a separate account within the General Fund. The account shall be used for the operation, maintenance and repair of auxiliary service facilities and for such other auxiliary activities of the state fire school as the Office of State Fire Administration determines. The proceeds of such activities shall be deposited in the General Fund and shall be credited to and become a part of the resources of the account. All direct expenses of operation, maintenance and repair of facilities, food services and other auxiliary activities shall be charged, and any payments of interest and principal of bonds or any sums transferable to any fund for the payment of interest and principal of bonds and any cost of equipment for such operations may be charged, against the account on order of the State Comptroller. Any balance of receipts above expenditures shall remain in the account to be used for the improvement and extension of such activities, except such sums as may be required to be transferred from time to time to any fund for the redemption of bonds and payment of interest on bonds, provided repairs, alterations or additions to auxiliary service facilities costing fifty thousand dollars or less shall require the approval of the Commissioner of Public Works, and capital projects costing over fifty thousand dollars shall require the approval of the General Assembly or, when the General Assembly is not in session, of the Finance Advisory Committee. The commission, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, may borrow from the resources of the General Fund at any time such sum or sums as it deems advisable, to establish or continue auxiliary services activities, such sums to be repaid in accordance with such schedule as the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall establish.

      (P.A. 83-566, S. 1, 6; P.A. 84-546, S. 14, 173; P.A. 86-312, S. 1, 21; 86-373, S. 2, 3; P.A. 87-496, S. 45, 110; June Sp. Sess. P.A. 07-4, S. 7.)

      History: P.A. 84-546 made technical change in Subsec. (a); P.A. 86-312 amended Subsecs. (b) and (c) to change training and education extension "fund" and auxiliary services "fund" to separate "accounts" within the general fund; P.A. 86-373 amended Subsec. (a) to prohibit use of any hazardous material in fire simulation; P.A. 87-496 replaced administrative services commissioner with public works commissioner; June Sp. Sess. P.A. 07-4 amended Subsec. (b) to provide the account contain any required moneys, add Subdivs. (1) and (2) re costs reimbursements and provide that expenses incurred for certification be charged to the account, effective July 1, 2007.

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