Summary of an Act
World Legislative Act #14
To Create an Office of the World Attorneys General Pro Tempore including Major Departments
of the Enforcement System
World Security Act
Article 1. Creates an Office of the World Attorneys General Pro Tempore including Major Departments of the Enforcement System.
Article 2. Calls nomination of World Attorneys General Pro Tempore and Provisional Regional World Attorneys.
Article 3. Integrates Office of World Attorneys General and World Disarmament Agency. Requires World Attorneys General Pro Tempore to hold qualification as Minister of Disarmament. Permits World Disarmament Agency Board of Trustees to set policy regarding disarmament processes of Enforcement System.
Article 4. Defines structure of Enforcement System, including five major departments:
Department of Investigation; Department of Apprehension & Arrest; Department of Prosecution; Department of Remedies & Correction; and Department of Conflict Resolution. Lists respective functions for each major department.
Article 5. Permits Offices of World Attorneys General to determine location of first office quarters.
Article 6. Allocates 5% of annual world federal budget to World Attorneys General Office.
Article 7. Permits agents of Provisional World Attorneys General Office to hold two employments to obtain supplemental income, if jurisdictions are represented only at respective levels.
Article 8. Directs reporting procedures for Agencies and Departments.
Article 9. Requires World Police Officers to make an affirmation of loyalty to people of Earth. Subjects World Police Officers to public surveillance and public scrutiny.
Article 10. Mandates World Police Officers to report knowledge or suspicion of official corruption to Internal Affairs.
Article 11. Subjects World Police Officers to registration of weapons possessed while on duty.
Article 12. Subjects World Police Officers to Grand Jury in cases of deaths or permanent injuries associated with performance of duties.
Article 13. Requires Department of Apprehension and Arrest to provide training to World Police.
Article 14. Requires World Police Officers to use the least force necessary. Defines least force necessary. Declares least force necessary as guiding principle of world law enforcement. Subjects World Police Officers to suspension or expulsion for brutality or unnecessary force. Lists unsuitable equipment. Recommends and lists suitable equipment for World Police.
Article 15. Creates structure for World Police, including air, sea, land and space corps. Creates command hierarchy of World Police. Requires periodic rotation of officer assignments.
Article 16. Defines legal requirements of warrants.
Article 17. Permits World Disarmament Agency to determine further organization and functioning of the Office of World Attorneys General.
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Adopted as world statutory code, World Legislative Act Number 14 on 26 March 2003, by the sixth session of the provisional World Parliament, convened in conformance with Article 19 of the Earth Constitution, Bangkok, Thailand.
Eugenia Almand, JD, Secretary
Provisional World Parliament