Peace officer definition

Peace officer means a law enforcement official of a public
Peace officer means a law enforcement official of a public agency or governmental unit, and includes persons specifically given peace officer powers by any state law, local ordinance, or judicial order of appointment.
Peace officer means an employee or an elected or appointed official of a political subdivision or law enforcement agency who is licensed by the Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training, charged with the prevention and detection of crime and the enforcement of general criminal laws of the state and who has the full power of arrest. The term “peace officer” includes a person who serves as a sheriff, a deputy sheriff, a police officer, or a state patrol trooper.

Examples of Peace officer in a sentence

  • Project alignment will be accessible with our truck-mounted drill rig, and Peace officer and flag man with control signs and cones will be at site during drilling operation for work personnel safety.

More Definitions of Peace officer

Peace officer means any of the following:
Peace officer means a certified peace officer described in section 16-2.5-102, C.R.S.
Peace officer means a sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable, police officer of a township or joint township police district, marshal, deputy marshal, municipal police officer, or a state highway patrol trooper.
Peace officer means the same as defined in section 801.4.
Peace officer means a peace officer authorized under Title 53, Chapter 13, Peace Officer Classifications, to direct or regulate traffic or to make arrests for violations of traffic laws.
Peace officer means a participating member who is a peace officer as defined in
Peace officer means a law enforcement official of