Mississippi Code Title 45. Public Safety and Good Order

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  • Chapter 1. Department of Public Safety
  • Chapter 2. Law Enforcement Officers Death Benefits Trust Fund
  • Chapter 3. Highway Safety Patrol
  • Chapter 4. County Jail Officers Training Program
  • Chapter 5. Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy
  • Chapter 6. Law Enforcement Officers Training Program
  • Chapter 7. County Patrol Officers
  • Chapter 9. Weapons
  • Chapter 10. Novelty Lighters
  • Chapter 11. Fire Protection Regulations, Fire Protection and Safety in Buildings
  • Chapter 12. Mississippi Fire Safety Standard and Firefighter Protection Act for Contingent Repeal of Chapter, See Section 45-12-21
  • Chapter 13. Fireworks and Explosives
  • Chapter 14. Radiation Protection Program
  • Chapter 15. High Voltage Power Lines
  • Chapter 17. Civil Emergencies
  • Chapter 18. Emergency Management Assistance Compact
  • Chapter 19. Subversive Groups and Subversive Activities
  • Chapter 21. Rock Festivals
  • Chapter 23. Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety
  • Chapter 27. Mississippi Justice Information Center
  • Chapter 33. Registration of Sex Offenders
  • Chapter 35. Identification Cards
  • Chapter 39. Statewide Crime Stoppers Advisory Council
  • Chapter 41. Mississippi Silver Alert System
  • Chapter 43. William Lee Montjoy Pool Safety Act
  • Chapter 45. Mississippi Conveyance Safety Act
  • Chapter 47. DNA Data Bank

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