Text Search

The Filter option allows you to narrow your search results to a specific Title, Article, or Chapter . Here is a tip for using the filter option.
  • Use a colon (:) as the last character of your filter to refine searches. For example the filter "10:01" returns the article, chapters, and sections in 10:01.

Quick Find

Enter a Rule Number and click Get Rule to load the Rule. You can enter any Article, Chapter, or Section number. Examples(01:15, 01:15:01, 01:15:01:01, etc.). Use the Get All button to load and entire article or chapter.

Download Rule in Microsoft Word Format Printer Friendly

          2:01:09:03.  Required duty hours. A reserve law enforcement officer shall perform a minimum of 96 hours of duty each calendar year, or proportionate share thereof when an appointment is for less than an entire calendar year. A reserve law enforcement officer failing to perform the minimum hours required in a year is inactive and may not perform further duty as a reserve law enforcement officer until recertified by the commission. No reserve law enforcement officer may perform more than 40 hours of duty during any month except as made necessary by an emergency. The executive secretary of the commission may, upon written request of a law enforcement agency, authorize a reserve officer to perform more than 40 hours of duty during a month. Reportable duty hours are both hours worked in the performance of a reserve law enforcement officer and hours received in training as a reserve law enforcement officer

          Source: 3 SDR 75, effective May 2, 1977; 26 SDR 120, effective March 27, 2000; 31 SDR 94, effective January 4, 2005.

          General Authority: SDCL 23-3-35(1).

          Law Implemented: SDCL 23-3-27, 23-3-35, 23-3-42.

Back to 02:01:09 | 02:01:09:03 RSS