North Carolina Statutes

Chapter 74E Company Police Act

  • § 74E-1   Title
    This Chapter is the "Company Police Act" and may be cited by that name. (1991 (Reg. Sess., 1992), c. 1043, s. 1.)
  • § 74E-2   Policy and scope
    (a) The purpose of this Chapter is to ensure a minimum level of integrity, proficiency, and competence among company police agencies and company police officers....
  • § 74E-3   Liability insurance policy or certificate of self-insurance required; suspension of company police agency certification for failure to comply
    (a) An applicant for certification as a company police agency must file with the Attorney General either a copy of a liability insurance policy that...
  • § 74E-4   Powers of Attorney General
    The Attorney General has the following powers in addition to those conferred elsewhere in this Chapter: (1) To establish minimum education, experience, and training standards...
  • § 74E-5   Records
    (a) The Attorney General is the legal custodian of all books, papers, documents, or other records and property of the Company Police Program. (b) Any...
  • § 74E-6   Oaths, powers, and authority of company police officers
    (a) Requirements. An individual who is commissioned as a company police officer must take the oath of office required of a law enforcement officer before...
  • § 74E-7   Badges, uniforms, weapons, and vehicles
    Company police agencies shall be responsible for ensuring that all employees, whether or not commissioned, comply with the provisions of this Chapter and the rules...
  • § 74E-8   Minimum standards for company police officers
    Applicants for commission as a company police officer and a commissioned company police officer must meet and maintain the same minimum preemployment and in‑service standards...
  • § 74E-9   Compensation of company police officers
    The compensation of a company police officer shall be paid by the company police agency for which the officer is commissioned, as may be agreed...
  • § 74E-10   Expiration, renewal, and termination of agency certification or officer commission
    (a) Agency. Unless sooner suspended or revoked by the Attorney General, a company police agency's certification expires on June 30 following the date it is...
  • § 74E-11   Immunity
    Neither the Attorney General nor any of the Attorney General's employees may be held criminally or civilly liable for any acts or omissions in carrying...
  • § 74E-12   Fees
    The Attorney General may charge fees for the items listed in the following table, not to exceed the amounts listed in the table: Item Maximum...
  • § 74E-13   Penalties and enforcement
    (a) No private person, firm, association, or corporation, and no public institution, agency, or other entity shall engage in, perform any services as, or in...