State Police

ORS 181A.125
Interference with personal and property rights of others


No member of the state police shall in any way interfere with the rights or property of any person, except for the prevention of crime, or the capture or arrest of persons committing crimes. [Formerly 181.400]

(formerly 181.400)

Notes of Decisions

Statute's prohibition against political activity by members of state police violated Article I, section 8, of the Oregon Constitution. Oregon State Police Assn. v. State of Oregon, 308 Or 531, 783 P2d 7 (1989)

Law Review Citations

27 WLR 381 (1991)


Source

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