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33-15 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT [TRANSFERRED AND REPEALED]
CHAPTER 33-15

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT [TRANSFERRED AND REPEALED]

33-15-1 to 33-15-3. Transferred.
33-15-4      Repealed.
33-15-5      Transferred.
33-15-6      Superseded.
33-15-7      Repealed.
33-15-8 to 33-15-11.6. Transferred.
33-15-12      Repealed.
33-15-13      Transferred.
33-15-14, 33-15-15. Repealed.
33-15-16 to 33-15-18.2. Transferred.
33-15-19      Repealed.
33-15-20 to 33-15-22. Transferred.
33-15-22.1      Repealed.
33-15-23 to 33-15-24.1. Transferred.
33-15-24.2      Transferred.
33-15-24.3 to 33-15-24.6. Transferred.
33-15-24.7      Repealed.
33-15-24.8      Transferred.
33-15-24.9      Repealed.
33-15-25 to 33-15-27. Transferred.
33-15-28      Repealed.
33-15-29      Transferred.
33-15-30      Repealed.
33-15-31 to 33-15-39. Transferred.
33-15-40      Repealed.
33-15-41      Transferred.
33-15-42, 33-15-43. Repealed.
33-15-44      Transferred.
33-15-45 to 33-15-47. Repealed.
33-15-48      Transferred.


33-15-1
     33-15-1 to 33-15-3.   Transferred to §§ 34-48A-1 to 34-48A-3.


33-15-4
     33-15-4.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-5
     33-15-5.   Transferred to § 34-48A-4.


33-15-6
     33-15-6.   Superseded.


33-15-7
     33-15-7.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-8
     33-15-8 to 33-15-11.6.   Transferred to §§ 34-48A-5 to 34-48A-18.


33-15-8.1Emergency co-ordination of resources by Governor.

Whenever the Governor in pursuance to § 33-15-8 shall declare an emergency or disaster to exist within the state, he may authorize and direct the resources of any political subdivision of the state or of any department, commission, or agency of the state to assist another political subdivision with such resources.

Source: SDC Supp 1960, ch 41.01C as added by SL 1969, ch 169, § 1; SL 1977, ch 271, § 5.


33-15-8.2Powers and duties of workers from sending political subdivision.

Any emergency management worker on duty in a receiving political subdivision has the same powers, duties, rights, privileges, and immunities as if the worker was performing like services in the sending political subdivision and is considered to be acting within the scope and in the course of the worker's regular employment, as an employee of the sending political subdivision.

Source: SDC Supp 1960, ch 41.01C as added by SL 1969, ch 169, § 1; SL 1977, ch 271, § 36; SL 1992, ch 236, § 3.


33-15-8.3Reimbursement between political subdivisions co-operating.

The receiving political subdivision shall reimburse the sending political subdivision for all supplies used, the expenses of all equipment used, and the compensation paid to all officers and members of such forces so furnished during such time as the rendition of such aid prevents them from performing their duties in the sending political subdivision, for the actual traveling and maintenance expenses of such officers and members while rendering such aid, and the costs of all insurance covering such officers and members while so engaged, and any damage or loss to equipment or supplies furnished while so engaged. Any claim for such reimbursement, loss, damage, or expense in the use of equipment or supplies or for additional expenses incurred in the operation or maintenance thereof shall not be allowed unless within ninety days after the same is sustained or incurred an itemized notice of such claim, verified by an officer or employee of the sending political subdivision, having knowledge of the facts, is filed with the clerk or auditor of the receiving political subdivision.

Source: SDC Supp 1960, ch 41.01C as added by SL 1969, ch 169, § 1.


33-15-12
     33-15-12.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-13
     33-15-13.   Transferred to § 34-48A-19.


33-15-14
     33-15-14, 33-15-15.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-16
     33-15-16 to 33-15-18.2.   Transferred to §§ 34-48A-20 to 34-48A-24.


33-15-19
     33-15-19.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-20
     33-15-20 to 33-15-22.   Transferred to §§ 34-48A-25 to 34-48A-27.


33-15-21Duty to utilize already existing facilities.

The Governor, the secretary, and the executive officers or governing bodies of the political subdivisions of the state shall utilize the services, equipment, supplies, and facilities of existing departments, offices, and agencies of the state and of the political subdivisions thereof to the maximum extent practicable, and the officers and personnel of all such departments, offices, and agencies. Such departments, offices, and agencies shall cooperate with and extend such services and facilities to the Governor, the secretary and to the emergency management organizations of the state upon request. A local political subdivision must exhaust its available resources prior to obtaining assistance from another political subdivision. The state must exhaust all available governmental resources prior to obtaining private resources.

Source: SL 1949, ch 236, § 12; SL 1951, ch 285, § 12; SDC Supp 1960, § 41.01C11; SL 1977, ch 271, § 15; SL 2004, ch 17, § 197.


33-15-24.2
     33-15-24.2.   Transferred to § 34-48A-30.


33-15-24.3
     33-15-24.3 to 33-15-24.6.   Transferred to §§ 34-48A-31 to 34-48A-34.


33-15-24.7
     33-15-24.7.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-24.8
     33-15-24.8.   Transferred to § 34-48A-35.


33-15-24.9
     33-15-24.9.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-25
     33-15-25 to 33-15-27.   Transferred to §§ 34-48A-36 to 34-48A-40.


33-15-28
     33-15-28.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-29
     33-15-29.   Transferred to § 34-48A-41.


33-15-30
     33-15-30.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-31
     33-15-31 to 33-15-39.   Transferred to §§ 34-48A-42 to 34-48A-50.


33-15-40
     33-15-40.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-41
     33-15-41.   Transferred to § 34-48A-51.


33-15-42
     33-15-42, 33-15-43.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-44
     33-15-44.   Transferred to § 34-48A-52.


33-15-45
     33-15-45 to 33-15-47.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 271, § 42.


33-15-48
     33-15-48.   Transferred to § 34-48A-53.


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