Statutes and Administrative Rules

Statutes

The Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards Act, MCL 28.601 et seq.

This statute describes:

  • The composition of the 19-member Commission
  • The Commission’s internal procedures
  • The Commission’s Annual Report to the Governor
  • Establishment of standards and procedures for licensing law enforcement officers
  • The Commission’s investigative and enforcement authority
  • The Commission’s other powers, including promulgation of administrative rules
  • Appointment of the Commission’s Executive Director
  • Deadlines and reimbursement for responding to inquiries about licensure
  • The Commission’s use of the Secondary Road Patrol and Training Fund

Administrative rules related to this statute are found in the Michigan Administrative Code at R 28.14101 et seq.


The Michigan Justice Training Commission Act, MCL 18.421 et seq.

This statute describes:

  • The creation of the Michigan Justice Training Fund
  • The Commission’s use of the Michigan Justice Training Fund
  • Law enforcement agencies’ annual registration of their rosters of law enforcement officers with the Commission
  • The Commission’s annual Law Enforcement Distribution of 60% of the Michigan Justice Training Fund to law enforcement agencies
  • How recipients of the Law Enforcement Distribution may use the funds
  • Record and reporting requirements for recipients of the Law Enforcement Distribution
  • The Commission’s awarding of Grants from the Michigan Justice Training Fund
  • How recipients of the Grants may use the funds
  • Record and reporting requirements for recipients of the Grants
  • Registration of in-service training programs and participants with the Commission
  • Audits of the Michigan Justice Training Fund
  • The Commission’s authority to promulgate administrative rules

Administrative rules for this statute are found in the Michigan Administrative Code at R 18.14901 et seq.


The Public Safety Officers Benefit Act, MCL 28.631 et seq.

This statute describes the eligibility for and award of benefits for law enforcement officers permanently disabled in the line of duty and for survivors of officers killed in the line of duty.

Administrative rules for this statute are found in the Michigan Administrative Code at R 28.14951 et seq.


Michigan Retired Law Enforcement Officer’s Firearm Carry Act, MCL 28.511 et seq.

This statute describes the eligibility for and issuance of certifications for the privilege to carry concealed firearms under the federal Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act.


MCL 763.711

This section describes the Commission’s establishment and revision of standards for audiovisual recordings of criminal investigation interrogations.