CHAPTER 117
ZAMBIA POLICE RESERVE ACT

Arrangement of Sections

   Section

PART I
PRELIMINARY

   1.   Short title

   2.   Interpretation

   3.   Establishment of Zambia Police Reserve

PART II
ZAMBIA POLICE RESERVE

   4.   Who may be Reserve police officers

   5.   Employment of Reserve

   6.   Classification of Reserve officers

   7.   Oath of allegiance

   8.   Period of engagement

   9.   Calling out in emergency

   10.   Reserve to be issued with arms, etc.

   11.   Provisions of Zambia Police Act may be applied to Reserve

   12.   Compensation on death or injury on duty

   13.   Restriction on action of employers

   14.   Regulations

AN ACT

to provide for the establishment of a Zambia Police Reserve.

[22nd December, 1950]

Act 45 of 1950,

Act 57 of 1964,

Act 26 of 1985,

Act 13 of 1994,

GN 343 of 1964,

GN 497 of 1964,

SI 71 of 1964.

PART I
PRELIMINARY

1.   Short title

This Act may be cited as the Zambia Police Reserve Act.

2.   Interpretation

In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—

“arms” includes firearms;

“emergency” means any state of affairs which, in the opinion of the Inspector-General, constitutes a danger to peace and good order;

“Inspector-General” means the Inspector-General of Police;

“Reserve” means the Zambia Police Reserve established under the provisions of section 3, and includes any part of such Reserve;

“Reserve police officer” means a member of the Zambia Police Reserve.

[S 2 am by GN 343 of 1964; Act 26 of 1985.]

3.   Establishment of Zambia Police Reserve

There is hereby established a police force reserve, which shall be known as the Zambia Police Reserve.

PART II
ZAMBIA POLICE RESERVE

4.   Who may be Reserve police officers

The Reserve shall consist of such persons, resident in Zambia who, having attained the age of eighteen years, volunteer for service in the Reserve and are considered by the Inspector- General to be suitable for enrolment as Reserve police officers.

[S 4 am by Act 26 of 1985.]

5.   Employment of Reserve

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