Law No. 191 Of 19 October 1998 Concerning The Organisation And Functioning Of Protection And Guard Service

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 191 din 19 octombrie 1998 privind organizarea şi funcţionarea Serviciului de Protecţie şi Paza

Read the untranslated law here: https://www.global-regulation.com/law/romania/3071358/-lege-nr.-191-din-19-octombrie-1998-privind-organizarea-i-funcionarea-serviciului-de-protecie-i-paza.html

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now for only USD$20 per month, or Get a Day Pass for only USD$4.99.
Law No. 191 of 19 October 1998 (* updated *) concerning the organisation and functioning of protection and Guard Service (updated 16 January 2016) ISSUER-PARLIAMENT------Parliament adopts this law.


Chapter I General provisions Article 1 (1) of the protection and Guard Service is the State organ with powers in matters of national security, which specializes in protecting dignitaries, foreign dignitaries during their stay in Romania, their families, within the limits of legal skills, as well as in securing premises and their residences, according to decisions of the Supreme Council of national defence.
  

(2) the protection and Guard Service has a military structure and is part of the national defence system.
  


Article 2 of the protection and Guard Service operates in compliance with the Constitution and laws of the country, the decisions of the Supreme Council of national defence, and military regulations.


Article 3 (1) the protection and Guard Service is organized and coordinated by the Supreme Council of national defence and is controlled by Parliament, through commissions on defence, public order and national security.
  

(2) at the request of Parliament or, Director of the protection and Guard Service shall submit reports on the performance of its duties, according to the law, the protection and Guard Service.
  


Article 4 (1) For the performance of its duties, the protection and Guard Service collaborates with the Ministry of national defense, the Ministry of administration and Interior, Romanian intelligence service, the foreign intelligence service, the Special Telecommunications Service, with other ministries and organs of Central and local public administration.
  

(2) the institutions referred to in paragraph 1. (1) shall be obliged to grant protection and Guard Service, within the limits of legal competence, the necessary support for the performance of duties provided by law.
  


Article 5 protection of Romanian dignitaries out of national territory shall ensure the protection and Guard Service, in cooperation with the special services in the field, from host countries.


Article 6 protection and Guard Service may establish cooperation relations with similar structures in other countries and may conclude treaties departmental-level and technical agreements with international bodies in the field of cooperation on line protection, guarding and preparing staff, with the prior approval of the Supreme Council of national defence.
-------------
Art. 6 was amended by section 1 of article. in EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 158 of 19 December 2007, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 885 of 27 December 2007.


Chapter II management, organization and tasks of the protection and Guard Service section 1 Leadership and protection service Guard in article 7 (1) of the protection and Guard Service is headed by a director, with the rank of Secretary of State, appointed by the President of Romania, at the proposal of the Supreme Council of national defence.
  

(2) the appointment of the Director in front of the President of Romania the following oath: "I swear that I will perform with good faith and impartiality, in full respect of the Constitution and of the laws of the country, my duties as director of the protection and Guard Service."
  


Article 8 (1) the Director of the protection and Guard Service organizes and directs the work and represent it in relations with the ministries and other bodies of public administration with the institutions and organizations in the country, as well as with similar bodies abroad.
  

(2) the Director of the service of protection and guard service engages in dealing with legal and physical persons. For this purpose he may give authorization and other subordinated frames.
  

(3) in exercising the functions conferred on the Director of the protection and Guard Service issue, according to law, order and instruction.
  


Article 9 (1) the Director of the Guard and protection service has direct subordinates a first Deputy, which is legal, and substitute head of the General staff, as well as a Deputy.
  

(2) the Deputy Prime Deputy and had the rank of Deputy Secretary of State and are appointed by the President of Romania, at the proposal of the Director of the protection and Guard Service, with the opinion of the Supreme Council of national defence.
  


Article 10 (1) under guard and Protection Service operates the Board of Directors, as a deliberative body.
  

(2) service of operatively guard and protection and fulfilment of decisions of the Board of Directors shall be performed by the Executive Office.
  

(3) the functions, mode of operation and the composition of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Bureau shall be established by the regulation on the organisation and functioning of protection and Guard Service.
  


Section 2 Organizing protection and guard service, Article 11 of the protection and guard service, composed of a headquarters and operative structures necessary for the performance of duties prescribed by law and which are hierarchically subordinate to the leadership of the service only.


Article 12 (1) organizational structure, livestock in times of peace and in time of war and the rules of organization and functioning of protection and Guard Service shall be approved by the Supreme Council of national defence, on the proposal of the Director of the protection and Guard Service.
  

(2) the Director of the Guard and protection service may make changes within the organizational structure.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 12 was amended by section 1 of article. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.


Article 13 (1) of the protection and Guard Service has its own mobilization structure and keeps track of its own military and civilian personnel, in times of peace as well as reservists, according to the legislation in force.
  

(2) the rules for the operation of the structure referred to in paragraph 1. (1) the work of outreach and highlight the reservists shall be determined in agreement with the General Staff.
  


Section 3 the tasks of protection and guard service, Article 14 (1) of the protection and Guard Service, through its specialized structures, has the following powers: to organise and execute activities) to prevent and remedy any action that would infringe upon the life, physical integrity, freedom of action and the health of persons whose protection is required to provide, as well as for the realization of the security and defence of working premises and their residences;
  

b) organizes and carries out, open or covered, collection, recovery and verification of the information necessary for the performance of duties only. 1 (1). (1) under the conditions established by law. Any information with other stock value shall be forwarded immediately to the appropriate authorities by law for verifying and valuing it;
  

------------
Lit. b) of paragraph 2. (1) of article 1. 14 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.

c) carried out exchanges of information and cooperating with intelligence services and departmental structures in the field, in the country and abroad, for carrying out specific tasks under article 4. 1 (1). (1);
  

d) can be carried out with respect for the law. 51/1991) on the safety, Romania's checks: requesting and obtaining objects, documents or official relations at public institutions; consulting specialists times experts; the receipt of complaints or customer notes; the adoption of operative moments through technical means or through personal findings;
  

e) request of Prosecutor, in duly justified cases, in compliance with the provisions of the code of criminal procedure, the authorisation to carry out activities according to law. 51/1991 *), for the purpose of collecting information for the performance of specific missions. Technical operations for carrying out these activities carried out by the Romanian intelligence service;
  

f) record the results of the activities referred to in d) and (e)) in finding, drawn up in compliance with the provisions of the code of criminal procedure, which may constitute evidence;
  

------------
Lit. f) of paragraph 2. (1) of article 1. 14 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.

g) organizes and coordinates the tasks of protection and security, the work of all participating forces within the institutions referred to in article 1. "". (1);
  

------------
Lit. g) of paragraph 1. (1) of article 1. 14 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.

h) intervenes, independently or in cooperation with other bodies stipulated by law, to prevent and combat actions likely to endanger life, physical integrity, health or freedom of action of the persons to whom it provides protection and security objectives guarded and for capturing terrorist elements or annihilation times aggressive;
  

I) running, independently or in cooperation with other specialized bodies, actions for searching, identifying and neutralizing the suspect objects posing a danger to protected persons or objects guarded;
  


j) undertake, in cooperation with specialized bodies, measures to ensure medical care, preventive and therapeutic dignitaries whose protection come into its competence and, by its own means, measures for prevention of diseases of anti-epidemic nature infectocontagioasă, pharmaco-chemical or ionizing radiation, as well as other activities in the field in permanent and temporary objectives;
  

k) organize, according to the law, their own activities in defence of State secrecy and prevention of leakage of data or information not intended for advertising;
  

k ^ 1) advises staff access to undertake work in permanent or temporary objectives of competence service;
------------
Lit. k ^ 1) para. (1) of article 1. 14 was introduced by point 3 of article 1. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.

l) meets and other duties prescribed by law and specific activity.
  

(2) the persons entitled to benefit from the protection and guard the objectives of which shall be ensured by the protection and Guard Service shall be established by a decree of the Supreme Council of national defence.
  

(3) Repealed.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (3) art. 14 was repealed by section 1 of article. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.

(4) with the approval of the Supreme Council of national defence, protection and Guard Service can ensure the protection of certain public officials and former officials other than those referred to in paragraph 1. (2) as well as other persons, at their request.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (4) article. 14 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.

(5) the protection and Guard Service can ensure protection and Chairmen of the parliamentary parties, established pursuant to paragraph 1. (2) upon request.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (5) article. 14 was amended by section 1 of article. in accordance with law No. 3 of 12 January 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 24 of January 13, 2016, which amends section 3 of article 9. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.


Chapter III protection services staff and security guards in article 15 (1) Personnel protection and guard service is composed of military personnel and civilian employees.
  

(2) the performance of duties, the operative staff is invested with the exercise of official authority.
  

(3) military and civilian Personnel who performs specific tasks for realization of operative activities fall into Group I and II work.
  

(4) criteria for employment in groups I and II, and the persons benefiting from Group I or II of the work shall be determined by order of the Director of the protection and Guard Service.
  


Article 16 (1) military personnel from protection and Guard Service has all the rights and duties established for soldiers of the armed forces and operates under the conditions provided for by law and military regulations.
  

(2) Employees applied the provisions of the Civil Code and other legislation, as well as the specific regulations of the protection and Guard Service.
  

(3) within the military, necessary protection and Guard Service, are selected through the centres of the military district of Bucharest, within the limits laid down by a decree of the Supreme Council of national defence, on the basis of requests addressed to the General staff.
  


Article 17 (1) protective services staff and security guards, who run, leads or coordinate operational missions times contributing to them, receive a 30% growth rate, calculated from the result of the base salary.
  

(2) the categories of personally benefiting from the increase referred to in paragraph 1. (1) shall be determined by order of the Director of the protection and Guard Service.
  

(3) personnel protection and Guard Service i provide free adequate safety equipment specific tasks it performs, and where, as a result of the completion of the job duties, have been degraded and destroyed personal property shall be entitled to appropriate compensation granted by the institution.
  

(4) personnel protection and Guard Service, participating in co-operative missions whose duration exceeds four hours, i shall provide free of charge a supplement of food equivalent to 2,000 calories for each day of the mission.
  

(5) protective services staff and security guards, which is in receipt of the service dogs, shall be entitled, during the period in question, from a growth rate of 5% of the result.
  

(6) liability of drivers are in operational missions for any damage arising from motor vehicle damage protection and Guard Service is established in accordance with the law, as a result of conducting administrative research. In the event that there shall be established under the responsibility of the driver, the load must be borne by the protection and Guard Service.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (6) article. 17 was amended by paragraph 4 of art. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.


Article 18 (1) staff, for reasons of illness, accidents or other such events, which have occurred during, or in connection with the service, no longer can perform tasks and is passed to another function keeps the result and other pecuniary rights granted under consideration previously.
  

(2) staff that has lost, totally or partially, working capacity during, or in connection with the service, the grade I or grade II of the disability, the disability period receives a pension equal to the net result or, where appropriate, the net base salary, had to date, and the occurrence of invalidity, a one-time compensation equal to ten times the net result or where appropriate, with ten times the same basic salary net.
  

(3) personnel who lost working capacity partly under the conditions of paragraph 1. (2) employed in the grade III disability, and which may also perform further profession enjoys a pension equal to at least half of result or of the net basic salary, had in the last month of activity, and a single date, compensation equal to five times the same result or net base salary, as well as the right to be added under the law, the salary that you can get from another activity.
  

(4) the descendants of the deceased during, or in connection with the service shall receive a pension equal to the result of the base or, where appropriate, with the salary made previous death in the last month, and, once, a monetary compensation equal to 15 times the result of net base or, where appropriate, with the net base salary at the time of death had.
  


Article 19 (1) Frames in the protection and Guard Service come from the ranks of military education institutions graduates. In the case of posts in specific areas of activity, for which the educational institutions do not provide military training specialists needed, they can be framed with persons prepared by educational and civil institutions that fulfil the legal conditions.
  

(2) the preparation of the staff is carried out through its own system of instruction or in military units and specialized institutions of the Ministry of national defense, MOAI and the Romanian Intelligence Service times in civilian institutions. Also, you can conduct and preparation in the framework of similar institutions from abroad.
  

(3) protection and Guard Service may prepare to assist staff and specialist companies authorised that activity the protection of persons against payment.
  

— — — — — — — — — — —-. (3) art. 19 was introduced by section 5 of art. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.

(4) with the approval of the Supreme Council of national defence, protection and Guard Service can initiate, organize, and conduct cooperation, education and training bodies and institutions abroad.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (4) article. 19 was amended by section 5 of art. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.

(5) the protection and Guard Service may rent or may make available for temporary use of movable and immovable property that are in its management, in accordance with their legal regime, at the request of the persons concerned, payment of the lease in accordance with the tariffs approved by order of the Director of the protection and Guard Service.
  

— — — — — — — — — — —-. (5) article. 19 was amended by section 1 of article. in accordance with law No. 67 of 11 March 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 183 of 24 March 2003 amending section 5 of art. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.


(6) the protection and Guard Service can run through own stations authorized by law, periodic technical inspections of equipment, motor vehicles and, on request, technical inspections, inspections and repairs to motor vehicles belonging to other persons or legal entities established by Council regulation on the organisation and functioning of protection and Guard Service. Technical inspections, revisions and repairs, as well as the activities and services referred to in paragraph 1. (3) to (5) and in article 8. 14. (3) and (4) are provided on the basis of the tariffs established by order of the Director of the protection and Guard Service, in accordance with the law.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (6) article. 19 was amended by section 1 of article. in accordance with law No. 67 of 11 March 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 183 of 24 March 2003 amending section 5 of art. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.

(7) the protection and Guard Service can benefit, in accordance with the regulations in force, for scientific research, technological development and innovation in the field of security, in the framework of the programmes financed and co-financed by the European Commission, the structural funds, national funds, or other financial mechanisms, in the context of syndications with international participation, or as sole applicant.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (7) article. 19 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. in accordance with law No. 3 of 12 January 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 24 of January 13, 2016, which amends section 6 of article. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.


Article 19 ^ 1 (1) of the protection and Guard Service can perform, according to the regulations in force, protection and guard missions outside the national territory, under the auspices of international bodies, under the terms of the treaties and agreements concluded.
  

(2) the protection and Guard Service may participate, in accordance with the regulations in force, the actions organized by the European network for the protection of Personalities and protective Services Association officials.
  

(3) improvement of formation, training and preparation of its staff or other foreign institutions in the field of protection, security and crisis management missions under the aegis of the United Nations can achieve in his own system of training of guard and protection service or similar institutions from abroad, according to the treaties and agreements concluded.
  

-------------
Art. 19 ^ 1 was introduced by section 2 of art. in EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 158 of 19 December 2007, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 885 of 27 December 2007.


Article 20 (1) military personnel and civil protection and Guard Service has the obligation to keep state secret and the secret service, according to the law.
  

(2) disclosure, in any way, any data or information that are subject to the activity of the protection and Guard Service is prohibited and punishable by law.
  


Article 21 Personnel protection and guard proves the quality with the ticket office, and on the performance of operational tasks, and with the badge of service.
Bearer service model is given in annex 4. 1. Chapter IV material and financial Assurance Article 22 protection and Guard Service performs the following activities: a) develops and upholds its own draft budget of income and expenditure and ensure its execution after approval by Parliament; the Director of the Guard and protection service of the principal authorising officer;
  

(b) approve, within the limits of) skills of its technical and economic documentation for their own works and repairs, following their execution within specified time limits;
  

(c) planning and procurement) with weapons, ammunition and special equipment, equipment and other materials, through subcontracting with internal and external partners or by other means provided by law;
  

d) establishes, on the basis of laws, classification of materials, equipment and consumption, storage, use, maintenance and repair, downgrading and a further settlement, registration and control of material and financial means;
  

e) enter into, in accordance with the law, voluntary insurance for personnel in specific missions and for the technical means used.
  

f) planning, running and deploying projects financed and co-financed from EU funds, national or other financial mechanisms, together with internal and external partners or by other means provided by law.
  

----------
Lit. f) art. 22 was amended by section 3 of article 9. in accordance with law No. 3 of 12 January 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 24 of January 13, 2016, which amended point 7 of article. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.


Article 22 ^ 1 revenue from the activities and services provided for in this law shall be retained in full by the protection and Guard Service as extrabudgetary income and will be used to fund capital expenditure and construction materials. The cash remained at the end of each year shall be carried over to the next year and will be used with the same destination.
-------------
Art. 22 ^ 1 was amended by paragraph 2 of article 9. in accordance with law No. 67 of 11 March 2003, published in Official Gazette No. 183 of 24 March 2003, which amends section 6 of article. From the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 103 of 29 august 2002, published in Official Gazette No. 669 of 9 September 2002.


Article 22 ^ 2 Repealed.
-------------
Art. 22 ^ 2 was repealed by article. 10 of law No. 562 of 7 December 2004, published in Official Gazette No. on 9 December 2004 1,169.


Article 23 (1) the land, buildings, desktops, storage and accommodation, necessary protective Service officers and security guards, are insured by the Government, subject to the conditions provided by law.
  

(2) Buildings owned by local guard and protection service constitutes public domain of national interest. In duly justified circumstances, some constructions can be passed on to the private sector of the State, in accordance with the law.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 23 was amended by art. in accordance with law No. 272 of 3 October 2007, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 683 of 8 October 2007 amending art. in EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 94 of 29 November 2006, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 969 of 4 December 2006.


Article 24 (1) of the Act For the exercise of leadership and the performance of specific missions, protection and guard service, organize their own system of communication, using for this purpose the forces and means at its disposal.
  

(2) specific missions during its transmission system can also be used by the persons referred to in art. 1 (1). 1. Article 25 of the protection and Guard Service has its own Park of vehicles intended for the performance of specific missions.


Article 26 (1) for the performance of tasks which do not suffer from procrastination and that cannot be brought to fruition otherwise, staff protection and Guard Service has the right to use any means of transportation and telecommunications, publicly or privately owned, except for those belonging to the diplomatic corps.
  

(2) reimbursement entailed in such circumstances shall be made within 60 days, at the request of the owners, being borne out of funds protection and Guard Service or, where appropriate, by the person who caused the intervention.
  


Chapter V final provisions article 27 Personnel protection service guard is authorized, if necessary, to carry and use firearms, weapons and other means of protection and deterrence, for achieving the tasks of the service, and for purposes of self-defence, as stipulated by law.


Article 28 (1) in a situation where the objectives whose guard is assured permanently or temporarily by guard and Protection Service are threatening times when there is information that they intend to organize actions that might endanger it, together with public authorities and with other specialized agencies which, by law, have jurisdiction in the field protection zones, establishes the objectives concerned, in close proximity to them, where necessary, may prohibit or limit access where appropriate.
  

(2) the objectives of the protection Zones are delineated, with visible signs by the protection and Guard Service, with the support of the public authorities of the specialized agencies and other competent bodies.
  

(3) Protective Zones have the same arrangements as the objectives whose guard is secured.
  

(4) Personnel protection and Guard Service, mission, is to legitimize and, where appropriate, to hold people who enter illegally in areas with access denied or limited, surrendering them to the competent bodies, emergency along with the Act of finding. In these situations, staff protection and Guard Service is required to legitimise.
  


Article 29 (1) in the event of the detection of a crime or flagrant attempts or preparatory acts punishable by law, which endanger life, physical integrity or health of persons referred to in art. 1 (1). (1) to which ensure protection or guard the objectives placed in protective services staff and security guards can immobilize the perpetrator, by surrendering it as soon as the competent authorities, together with the Act of finding with sample material.
  


(2) the protection and Guard Service cannot perform investigation or prosecution, he should not take the measure of his detention or arrest and lacks its own spaces or non-custody.
  


Article 30 (1) the Institutions belong to individuals receiving protection and guard and those to whom they belong are kept in accordance with the objectives of article 7. 1 (1). (1) provide protection and Guard Service, free of charge, on the basis of prior agreements, premises and facilities necessary for the performance of tasks.
  

(2) the institutions referred to in paragraph 1. (1) have measures to purchase, in accordance with the law, the technical means for organisation and control access and provide service to them.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 30 was introduced by section 8 of article. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.


Article 31 (1) of the operative activity of the service of protection and State Guard secrecy.
  

— — — — — — — — —-. (1) of article 1. 31 has been restored to its original form from the previous amendment point 9 of article. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 on October 21, 2015, by repealing item 9 of article. 4. by paragraph 4 of art. in accordance with law No. 3 of 12 January 2016, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 24 of January 13, 2016.

(2) documents and protection service Guards shall be kept in the archive and can be consulted, in accordance with the law, with the approval of its Director.
  


Article 31 ^ 1 protection and Guard Service establishes, by order of the institution, its own system of honorific insignia.
----------
Art. 31 ^ 1 was introduced by paragraph 10 of article 10. 4 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 43 from 14 October 2015, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 785 of 21 October 2015.


Article 32 of the protection and Guard Service used for individualization and recognition, emblem, whose model and description are provided in annex 4. 2. The emblem is the emblem of the protection and Guard Service.


Article 33 (1) after the entry into force of any provisions contrary to this law are hereby repealed.
  

(2) appendices. 1 and 2 are an integral part of this law.
  

This law was adopted by the Chamber of deputies at its meeting on 28 September 1998, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (1) of the Constitution of Romania.

p. CHAMBER of DEPUTIES PRESIDENT, Andrew John CHILIMAN this law was adopted by the Senate at its meeting on 29 September 1998, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (1) of the Constitution of Romania.

SENATE PRESIDENT PETRE ROMAN Annex 1 MODEL of the bearer service schedule 2 DESCRIPTION of the emblem protection and Guard Service in the Centre of the representation of a blue shield with two crossed Golden swords, with the tip downward. The shield is stamped by a Golden Eagle, Crusader, with red beak, bearing the cross of a golden color.
The supporters of the shield are two lions with red tongues and claws.
The motto, placed on a red scarf, includes the words "SEMPER FIDELIS," written in white.
The emblem is framed at the top of the country name "ROMANIA", and at the bottom, the initials of institution-GUARD and PROTECTION SERVICE-