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West Virginia Code Chapter 15. Public Safety

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  • Article 1. Military Forces of the State
  • Article 1A. Adjutant General
  • Article 1B. National Guard
  • Article 1C. State Retired List and Honorary Militia
  • Article 1D. Active State Service
  • Article 1E. Uniform State Code of Military Justice
  • Article 1F. Privileges and Prohibitions
  • Article 1G. Service Medals
  • Article 1H. Morale, Welfare and Recreation Facilities
  • Article 1I. The Child Protection Act of 2006
  • Article 1J. The West Virginia Military Authority Act
  • Article 1K. Civil Air Patrol
  • Article 2. West Virginia State Police
  • Article 2A. West Virginia State Police Retirement System
  • Article 2B. DNA Data
  • Article 2C. Central Abuse Registry
  • Article 2D. Division of Protective Services
  • Article 2E. State Police Academy Post Exchange
  • Article 3. Communication Systems for Police Purposes
  • Article 3A. Amber Alert Plan
  • Article 3B. Silver Alert Plan
  • Article 3C. Blue Alert Plan
  • Article 3D. Missing Persons Act
  • Article 4. West Virginia State Guard
  • Article 5. Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
  • Article 5A. West Virginia Emergency Response and Community Right-To-Know Act
  • Article 5B. Mine and Industrial Accident Rapid Response System
  • Article 5C. Reporting of Emergency Incidents by Well and Pipeline Operators
  • Article 6. State Armory Board
  • Article 7. Emergency Interim Legislative Succession Act
  • Article 9. Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction
  • Article 9B. Sexual Assault Examination Network
  • Article 10. Cooperation Between Law-Enforcement Agencies
  • Article 10A. Law-Enforcement Re-Employment Act
  • Article 11. Payment of Funeral Expenses
  • Article 12. Sex Offender Registration Act
  • Article 13. Child Abuse and Neglect Registration
  • Article 14. The Statewide Interoperable Radio Network

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