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    Quote Originally Posted by scratrat View Post
    We do, it's VERY extremely limited. At least at the Federal level, they have to really screw up, but we can arrest them. It's kind of pointless though because they still have to be turned over to you guys in the end. But we can arrest for obviously escape, assisting escape, imminent threats (murder blah blah), trespass, and that's pretty much it.

    Well on a state or municipal level where does this law applies to CO's? I am starting orientation tomorrow and during training Imma ask my TO this to see if he/she may know cuz I am interested on where this applies to those working within detention centers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by altonc27 View Post
    Well on a state or municipal level where does this law applies to CO's? I am starting orientation tomorrow and during training Imma ask my TO this to see if he/she may know cuz I am interested on where this applies to those working within detention centers.
    C/O's are eligible if they regularly qualify (by agency peace officer standards) with firearms, are authorized by their agency to carry firearms, are not under disciplinary action by their department, and have statutory powers of arrest.

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