Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 18 January 2011 Regulations No. 55 "regulations On Special Products And The Order In Which They Are Used By Police Officers And Border Guards"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2011.gada 18.janvāra noteikumos Nr.55 "Noteikumi par speciālo līdzekļu veidiem un kārtību, kādā tos lieto policijas darbinieki un robežsargi"

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2015/98.4

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 229 in Riga, 19 may 2015 (pr. No 25 7) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 January 2011 regulations No. 55 "regulations on special products and the order in which they are used by police officers and border guards" Issued under the Internal Security Act, article 7 of the Bureau of the second, the law "on police" in article 13, fourth subparagraph, seventh paragraph of article 19 and article 19.1 sixth and border law article 17 fifth 1. make Cabinet 18 January 2011 regulations No. 55 "regulations on special products and procedures that the use of police officers and border guards "(Latvian journal, 2011, no. 15) the following amendments: 1. provisions of title be expressed as follows:" the provisions on special products and order "; 1.2. to supplement, on the basis of the provisions of the law, after the words ' issued in accordance with the "with the words" and the internal security Office of the law of article 7 the second subparagraph "; 1.3. adding to paragraph 1, after the word "apply" with the words "Internal Security Bureau officials"; 1.4. to supplement the provisions under point 2.1, the following: "2.1 Internal Security Bureau officials allowed to use this provision 2.1., 2.2., 2.4., 2.5, 2.6 and 2.18. referred to in the special features." 1.5. to supplement paragraph 8, after the word "use" by the words "Internal Security Bureau officer". 2. the rules shall enter into force on 1 November 2015. The Prime Minister is the Rapidity of the Newsletters Interior Minister Richard Kozlovsk a