Full Statute Name:  Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated. Chapter 333. Health. Public Health Code. Article 17. Facilities and Agencies. Part 209. Emergency Medical Services. 333.20925. Emergency transport of police dog

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Primary Citation:  M.C.L.A. 333.20925 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  November, 2019 Date Adopted:  2019 Historical: 
Summary: This law, effective in March of 2019, states that the provisions of the Emergency Medical Services Act does not prohibit an ambulance from providing emergency transport of a police dog that is injured in the line of duty to a veterinary clinic or similar facility, if the police dog is in need of emergency medical treatment and there are no individuals who require transport or emergency assistance at that time.

This part does not prohibit an ambulance from providing emergency transport of a police dog that is injured in the line of duty to a veterinary clinic or similar facility, if the police dog is in need of emergency medical treatment and there are no individuals who require transport or emergency assistance at that time. Ambulance personnel may require that a police officer accompany the police dog during the emergency transport. As used in this section, “police dog” means that term as defined in section 50c of the Michigan penal code, 1931 PA 328, MCL 750.50c.

Credits
P.A.1978, No. 368, § 20925, added by P.A.2018, No. 600, Eff. March 29, 2019.

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