Every special law enforcement officer prior to the commencement of his duties shall
be furnished with a uniform which shall identify the officer's function. The uniform shall include, but not be limited to, a hat and appropriate badges which
shall bear an identification number or name tag and the name of the local unit in
which the officer is employed. The uniform shall also include an insignia issued by the commission which clearly
indicates the officer's status as a special law enforcement officer and the type of
certification issued pursuant to section 4 of this act. 1 Within six months following the effective date of this act the commission shall
issue the insignia. All special law enforcement officers prior to the commencement of duties shall be
in uniform properly displaying the appropriate insignia. Nothing in this section shall preclude the designation on an insignia to read either
“special police” or “special law enforcement officer.”
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