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HISTORY: 1993 Act No.181, Section 339; 2003 Act No. However, coverage under the bond does not include damage to persons or property arising out of the negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
(B) An officer of the court who is employed by SLED may issue an administrative subpoena to a financial institution, public or private utility, or communications provider for the production of subscriber or customer information as described in subsection (E), not including the contents of any communications, if: (1) SLED has reasonable cause to believe that the information is material to an active investigation of at least one of the following financial crimes: (a) breach of trust with fraudulent intent (Section 16-13-230); (b) obtaining a signature or property by false pretenses (Section 16-13-240); (c) financial identity fraud (Section 16-13-510 et seq); (d) financial transaction card or number theft (Section 16-14-20 et seq); (e) financial transaction card fraud (Section 16-14-60 et seq); (f) computer crimes (Section 16-16-10 et seq); or (g) crimes against a federally chartered or insured financial institution (Section 34-3-110); and (2) SLED is not otherwise able to obtain a warrant or subpoena for the information from a court due to: (a) the court not being able to issue a warrant or subpoena in a timely fashion and the immediate need to obtain the information; or (b) SLED having reasonable cause to believe that obtaining a warrant or subpoena from the court could result in the subscriber or customer, or an agent of the subscriber or customer, destroying, erasing, transferring, or otherwise changing the information in order to knowingly conceal evidence material to an investigation.
HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 53-17; 1974 (58) 2878; 1993 Act No. For this purpose, the chief may establish divisions within the department to carry out particular duties as assigned by the chief. All security personnel employed by the State, other than at correctional institutions shall be under the direct supervision of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division. Recordation and classification of fingerprints taken in criminal investigations.
HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 53-4.1; 1966 (54) 2596; 1983 Act No. All sheriff's and police departments in South Carolina shall make available to the Criminal Justice Records Division of the State Law Enforcement Division for the purpose of recordation and classification all fingerprints taken in criminal investigations resulting in convictions.
(D)(1) The Attorney General must authorize an officer of the court who is employed by SLED to issue an administrative subpoena to a financial institution, public or private utility, or communications provider if, after review, the Attorney General determines that SLED has reasonable cause to believe that the information is material to an active investigation of at least one of the financial crimes listed in subsection (B)(1), and that SLED is not otherwise able to obtain a warrant or subpoena for the information from a court due to one of the reasons listed in subsection (B)(2).
(2) If the Attorney General authorizes the officer of the court who is employed by SLED to issue the administrative subpoena, the Attorney General must sign and return the administrative subpoena to SLED.