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The officer may submit the administrative subpoena with signature to the Attorney General in person, by mail, by facsimile, or by other electronic means.If the officer, after a good faith effort, is not able to submit the administrative subpoena with signature to the Attorney General in person, by mail, by facsimile, or by other electronic means, the officer may orally or electronically explain and affirm the administrative subpoena to the Attorney General.(C)(1) An administrative subpoena must be made in writing upon oath or affirmation of the officer of the court who is employed by SLED.The officer must sign the administrative subpoena affirming that SLED has reasonable cause to believe that the information is material to an active investigation of at least one of the financial crimes listed in subsection (B)(1), and that SLED is not otherwise able to obtain a warrant or subpoena for the information from a court due to one of the reasons listed in subsection (B)(2).The premiums on the bonds must be paid by the division.All officers and agents of the division shall take and subscribe to the oath provided by law for peace officers. The Chief of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division may assign personnel of the division to particular areas of enforcement as appropriate for the enforcement of the laws and regulations of this State which the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is charged with enforcing. Supervision of security personnel employed by State.Any state agencies or departments having commissioned law enforcement personnel shall assist the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division at any time the Chief of SLED requests assistance in carrying out the statutory duties of the division.(C) The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is responsible for the enforcement of all criminal laws, misdemeanors, and felonies, and civil laws, the violation of which may result in a fine or other penalty being assessed against the violator, which laws are now enforced by law enforcement personnel employed by and under the jurisdiction of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission.
The duties, functions, and powers of these law enforcement personnel are devolved upon the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and the law enforcement personnel of this agency on the effective date of this section shall perform their duties and functions under the auspices of the division and shall become a part of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division in the manner provided by law. Every officer and agent commissioned pursuant to this article shall file a bond, or be covered by a surety bond, of not less than two thousand dollars with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, subscribed by a licensed surety company, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties, for the prompt and proper accounting of all funds coming into his hands, and for the payment of a judgment recovered against him in a court of competent jurisdiction upon a cause of action arising out of breach or abuse of official duty or power and for the payment of damages sustained by a member of the public from an unlawful act of the officer or agent.All agents and officers commissioned by the Governor are subject to discharge for cause which must be subject to review as is now provided by law for other state employees.HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 53-16; 1974 (58) 2878; 1993 Act No. Additional jurisdiction, authority and responsibilities; exclusive authority; other agencies or departments to assist SLED.The chief may only be removed pursuant to the provisions of Section 1-3-240 of the 1976 Code.
The agents and officers of the division must be commissioned by the Governor upon the recommendation of the chief.
HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 53-17; 1974 (58) 2878; 1993 Act No. For this purpose, the chief may establish divisions within the department to carry out particular duties as assigned by the chief. All security personnel employed by the State, other than at correctional institutions shall be under the direct supervision of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division. Recordation and classification of fingerprints taken in criminal investigations.