Products that Contain CBD Oil
To assist local law enforcement and prosecuting attorneys, the Office of Attorney General requested clarification from the US Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration regarding the control status of products that contain CBD Oil. The DEA issued a clarification letter on May 24, 2017, and in January 2018, confirmed that the letter is current. For questions regarding enforcement authority, contact the prosecuting attorney's office having jurisdiction.
Law Enforcement Officer Tuition Waiver Program
The 65th Legislative Assembly created a Tuition Waiver program (see N.D.C.C. Section 54-12-35). A licensed peace officer who has been employed as a law enforcement officer for at least two years and who has maintained a satisfactory job performance may be eligible to receive a waiver of 25% of resident tuition and fees at a ND state College or University.
- The completed Application for Tuition Waiver is submitted to the state college or university where the officer is enrolled.
For more information, contact the North Dakota University Systems.
24/7 Sobriety Program
The 24/7 Sobriety Program has been operating in North Dakota since 2008. These guidelines are meant to assist the district courts, municipal courts, law enforcement agencies, and the North Dakota Department of Transportation in the administration of the 24/7 sobriety program.
Law enforcement - for assistance, contact Duane or Monica at ND POST Board.
Section 12-68-05 of the North Dakota Century Code requires the Attorney General to develop a procedures manual for local law enforcement agencies relating to the investigation of missing person cases.
Under section 54-12-32 of the North Dakota Century Code, a local law enforcement agency may submit a request for a Blue Alert. The request is submitted to the BCI for review and if the request complies with the statutory requirements the BCI forwards the request to the ND Department of Emergency Services to be issued.
The following list of wireless service providers authorized to do business in this state is provided pursuant to N.D.C.C. Section 57-40.6-13.
The Law Report provides a summary of recently decided court cases.