HISTORY: 1993 Act No.181, Section 339; 2003 Act No. However, coverage under the bond does not include damage to persons or property arising out of the negligent operation of a motor vehicle.The bond may be individual, schedule, or blanket and on a form approved by the Attorney General.These civil and criminal laws also include regulations and ordinances pertinent thereto.The duties, functions, and powers of these law enforcement personnel are devolved upon the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and the law enforcement personnel of this agency on the effective date of this section shall perform their duties and functions under the auspices of the division and shall become a part of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division in the manner provided by law. Every officer and agent commissioned pursuant to this article shall file a bond, or be covered by a surety bond, of not less than two thousand dollars with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, subscribed by a licensed surety company, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties, for the prompt and proper accounting of all funds coming into his hands, and for the payment of a judgment recovered against him in a court of competent jurisdiction upon a cause of action arising out of breach or abuse of official duty or power and for the payment of damages sustained by a member of the public from an unlawful act of the officer or agent.
The chief may appoint other personnel considered necessary and as provided for in the annual appropriations act.
HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 53-17; 1974 (58) 2878; 1993 Act No. For this purpose, the chief may establish divisions within the department to carry out particular duties as assigned by the chief. All security personnel employed by the State, other than at correctional institutions shall be under the direct supervision of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division. Recordation and classification of fingerprints taken in criminal investigations.
HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 53-4.1; 1966 (54) 2596; 1983 Act No. All sheriff's and police departments in South Carolina shall make available to the Criminal Justice Records Division of the State Law Enforcement Division for the purpose of recordation and classification all fingerprints taken in criminal investigations resulting in convictions.
The State Law Enforcement Division shall pay for the costs of such program and prepare the necessary regulations and instructions for the implementation of this section. Acceptance of fingerprints of applicants for admission to bar; exchange of records with Board of Law Examiners. South Carolina Commission on National and Community Service; criminal background checks. 2540, or who otherwise volunteers or serves in a position supported, sponsored, or administered by the South Carolina Commission on National and Community Service (commission), must undergo a state criminal history background check, supported by fingerprints by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED), and a national criminal history background check, supported by fingerprints by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), unless the commission determines that the background check requirement for that person has been satisfied through another process. South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program to provide counseling services and other support services.
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is authorized to accept fingerprints of applicants for admission to the South Carolina Bar and, to the extent provided for by federal law, to exchange state, multistate, and federal criminal history records with the South Carolina Board of Law Examiners for licensing purposes. A person seeking a covered position, as defined in 45 C. The results of these criminal history background checks must be reported to the commission. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, all revenue generated by the State Law Enforcement Division from the sale of vehicles, various equipment, and gasoline, and insurance claims during the prior fiscal year may be retained, carried forward, and expended for the purpose of purchasing like items. The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division shall administer the South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program (SC LEAP). 46, Section 3, in the second sentence, inserted "as well as providing counseling services to law enforcement officers experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder and other trauma and stress-related disorders", and made nonsubstantive changes.