ORS 181A.893
Entities employing private security providers; rules


(1)

It is unlawful for an entity that employs private security providers to use a name that implies that the entity is, or is affiliated with, an existing law enforcement unit or public safety agency as defined in ORS 181A.355 (Definitions for ORS 181A.355 to 181A.670), the organized militia as described in ORS 396.105 (Militia comprised of organized and unorganized militia), the Armed Forces of the United States, a federal law enforcement agency or a federal intelligence agency.

(2)

The Board on Public Safety Standards and Training, in consultation with the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, shall adopt rules related to the requirements of subsection (1) of this section. [2016 c.50 §1]
Note: Section 2, chapter 50, Oregon Laws 2016, provides:
Sec. 2. Section 1 of this 2016 Act [181A.893 (Entities employing private security providers)] does not apply to an entity that operates under a name described in section 1 of this 2016 Act on or after the operative date specified in section 3 of this 2016 Act [July 1, 2016] for as long as the entity is owned by the person that owned it on the operative date specified in section 3 of this 2016 Act. [2016 c.50 §2]

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