39. Law No.
establishing police standards.
We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino
We promulgate and publish the following law approved by the Great and General Council in
Seat models July 4, 1945:
1. Anyone who fails to comply with an order lawfully given authority for reasons of justice or
public safety or public order shall be punished, if the offense is not more 'serious crime, with imprisonment up
three months or a fine of up to a thousand pounds.
Anyone requested by a public officer in the exercise of his functions, refuses to give or gives false information about
own personal identity, your status, or other personal qualities shall be punished with imprisonment
up to one month or a fine of up to three hundred pounds. This penalty is applicable also to
contravention of Article. 549 n. 30 Criminal Code.
The police shall proceed to the arrest and detention of suspects
or any other person, if deemed necessary for law enforcement investigations or to restore or maintain public order
4. This Act shall come into force immediately after its publication.
Given at Our Residence, this day of July 9, 1945 (1644 dFR).
THE CAPTAINS REGENT
Alvaro Casali - Vittorio Valentini
THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS