§ 23-234.1

(Repealed effective October 1, 2016) Extending police power of public institutions of higher education beyond boundaries thereof; jurisdiction of courts

A. The governing board of any public institution of higher education that leases, rents, or owns satellite campuses, public buildings, and other property located beyond the limits of such institution shall have and may exercise full police power over these properties and over persons using the same. The governing board may prescribe rules and regulations for the operation and use of these properties and for the conduct of all persons using them and may provide appropriate administrative penalties for the violation of these rules and regulations.

B. The district court for the county, city, or town where violations of law or approved regulations of the institution occurs shall have jurisdiction of all cases arising within the county, city, or town.It shall be the duty of the attorney for the Commonwealth for the county, city, or town where the offense occurs to prosecute all violators of the laws pertaining to the provisions enumerated in this chapter.


1991, c. 711.


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