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A Grand Forks Sheriff sets up a parameter along with multiple law enforcement agencies after a car chase ended on the northwest side of Grand Forks on Friday, June 2, 2017. (Joshua Komer / Grand Forks Herald)

Legislation Introduced to Deny Reserve Law Enforcement Officers Power to Arrest, Carry a Gun

Legislation Introduced to Deny Reserve Law Enforcement Officers Power to Arrest, Carry a Gun

Earlier this month Fargo defense attorney Mark Friese wrote a guest post here on SAB regarding the use of reserve officers by North Dakota law enforcement agencies. “To the surprise of many, including me—a formerly licensed police officer and lawyer—North Dakota law exempts ‘reserve officers’ from licensing, oversight, training, and regulation,” he wrote. “Even more

Jesse Jahner is sworn in by Judge Wade Webb as Cass County Sheriff on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019, at the Cass County Law Enforcement Center, 1612 23rd Ave. N., Fargo. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner: Reserve Officers Are Being Used Appropriately

This guest post was submitted by Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner. On January 3rd 2019 there was an article written in reference to law enforcement agencies routinely using unlicensed, unregulated officers for law enforcement purposes. In that article, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office is referenced. As the newly elected Cass County Sheriff, I feel that

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