§ 9-19-1 Short title
§ 9-19-2 Definitions
§ 9-19-3 Purpose
§ 9-19-4 Department established
§ 9-19-5 Secretary; appointment
§ 9-19-6 Secretary; duties and general powers
§ 9-19-6.1 Secretary; duty to develop career pay system for state police
§ 9-19-6.2 Secretary of public safety; additional powers; public safety officer education scholarship program
§ 9-19-6.3 Secretary; power to manage a criminal records database
§ 9-19-7 Organizational units of department; powers and duties specified by law; access to information
§ 9-19-8 Administratively attached agencies
§ 9-19-9 Directors
§ 9-19-10 Bureaus; chiefs
§ 9-19-11 Advisory commission
§ 9-19-12 Sexual assault examination kit processing grant program; powers and duties; sexual assault examination kit processing grant fund created
§ 9-19-13 Sexual assault examination kit fund

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