"News & Issues" piece on state park personnel, who will retain their law enforce
"News & Issues" piece on state park personnel, who will retain their law enforcement powers. As the result of a year-long study of the issue, the authority of certain field staff to evict and even issue summonses has been reaffirmed, according to Dawn Gallagher, deputy commissioner of the Department of Conservation. Previously, she said, the message from Augusta has been "don't summons." But the law enforcement debate intensified last year when Tom Morrison, director of the Bureau of Parks and Lands, proposed to remove enforcement authority from park personnel.
Law enforcement, Maine Department of Conservation, State parks and reserves
Austin, Phyllis, ""News & Issues" piece on state park personnel, who will retain their law enforce" (2000). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 4397.
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