(a) A municipal, county, or state law enforcement official may determine compliance
with a provision of Subchapter C, 1 other than Section 2151.104, in conjunction with the commissioner and may institute an action in a court of competent
jurisdiction to enforce this chapter.
(b) A municipal, county, or state law enforcement official may enter and inspect without
notice any amusement ride at any time to ensure public safety.
(c) The operator of an amusement ride shall immediately provide the inspection certificate
and the insurance policy required by Section 2151.101 to a municipal, county, or state law enforcement official requesting the information. A photocopy of the inspection certificate or insurance policy may be provided instead
of the certificate or policy.
(d) Performance or nonperformance by a municipal, county, or state law enforcement
official of any action authorized by this chapter is a discretionary act.
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