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Iowa Code Title III. Public Services and Regulation [Chs. 80-122C] § 80G.1. Definitions

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As used in this section except as the context otherwise requires:

1. “Compensation” means the same as defined in section 22.7, subsection 11.

2. “Law enforcement officer” means the same as “peace officer” as defined in section 801.4.

3. “Undercover law enforcement officer” means a law enforcement officer who is actively involved with and assigned to investigate alleged violations of state or federal law and whose identity as a law enforcement officer is concealed while conducting an investigation. “Undercover law enforcement officer” includes a law enforcement officer actively engaged in undercover law enforcement work whose assignment requires the law enforcement officer to work incognito, or in a situation in which the true identity of the law enforcement officer is intentionally hidden from others. “Undercover law enforcement officer” does not include a law enforcement officer participating in undercover law enforcement work that is merely incidental or ancillary to the law enforcement officer's assigned duties.

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