Kansas Statutes Chapter 76. State Institutions and Agencies; Historical Property § 76-2054. Same; historical society to establish and control historical landmark and museum
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Upon acquisition of the Lecompton constitutional hall and land described in K.S.A. 76-2052 as authorized by this act, the same shall be placed under the control and management of the state historical society and the society shall establish and maintain such building and land as a historical landmark and museum to be known as “historic Lecompton constitutional hall.” The society may adopt rules and regulations relating to the use, preservation, improvement, control and maintenance of such building and land.
(a) All sworn members of the General Assembly Special Police employed by the Legislative Services Office are special police officers, and have all the powers of policemen of cities, within any of the following areas of jurisdiction, while on official duty:
(1) Within those areas of the City of Raleigh and of the unincorporated parts of Wake County surrounded by the innermost right-of-way of Interstate 440.
(2) Throughout the State:
a. While accompanying a member of the General Assembly who is conducting, or traveling to or from, his or her official duties.
b. While preparing for, or providing security to, a session of either or both houses of the General Assembly, or official events directly related to that session.
c. While performing advance work for continuity of government planning and performing advance work and providing security for the protection of legislative members, staff, and the public for any meeting of a study, standing, select, or joint select committee, a caucus, or any committee or commission meeting of the General Assembly, or any state, regional, or national meetings of legislative bodies or organizations representing legislative bodies, and while accompanying a member of the General Assembly to or from any event listed in this subdivision.
d. While conducting a criminal investigation of a threat of physical violence against the General Assembly, a member or staff of the General Assembly, or their immediate family.
e. While accompanying a member of the General Assembly for the purpose of providing executive protection in response to a threat of physical violence.
f. While serving a subpoena issued by the General Assembly or any committee of the General Assembly authorized to issue a subpoena under the provisions of Chapter 120 of the General Statutes.
(b) General Assembly Special Police officers may arrest persons outside the areas described in subsection (a) of this section when the person arrested has committed a criminal offense within any of the areas, for which the officer could have arrested the person within that area, and the arrest is made during such person's immediate and continuous flight from that area.
(c) The General Assembly Special Police officers have the exclusive authority and responsibility for enforcing the parking rules of the Legislative Services Commission.
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