Comment: IC 35-41-3 (See thelastbill's comment below.)

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IC 35-41-3 (See thelastbill's comment below.)

This was posted by at least a couple folks (if memory serves) here on the DP a while back. Here's the biz:

"Public servant" includes definition(s) here: IC 35-31.5-2-185, which specifically includes "law enforcement officer":

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IC 35-31.5-2-185 Version c
"Law enforcement officer"
Note: This version of section effective 7-1-2013. See also preceding version of this section effective until 5-9-2013, and preceding version of this section, effective 5-9-2013 until 7-1-2013.
Sec. 185. (a) "Law enforcement officer" means:
(1) a police officer (including a correctional police officer), sheriff, constable, marshal, prosecuting attorney, special prosecuting attorney, special deputy prosecuting attorney, the securities commissioner, or the inspector general;
(2) a deputy of any of those persons;
(3) an investigator for a prosecuting attorney or for the inspector general;
(4) a conservation officer;
(5) an enforcement officer of the alcohol and tobacco commission;
(6) an enforcement officer of the securities division of the office of the secretary of state; or
(7) a gaming agent employed under IC 4-33-4.5 or a gaming control officer employed by the gaming control division under IC 4-33-20.
(b) "Law enforcement officer", for purposes of IC 35-42-2-1, includes an alcoholic beverage enforcement officer, as set forth in IC 35-42-2-1(b)(1).
(c) "Law enforcement officer", for purposes of IC 35-45-15, includes a federal enforcement officer, as set forth in IC 35-45-15-3.
(d) "Law enforcement officer", for purposes of IC 35-44.1-3-1 and IC 35-44.1-3-2, includes a school resource officer (as defined in IC 20-26-18.2-1) and a school corporation police officer appointed under IC 20-26-16.
As added by P.L.114-2012, SEC.67. Amended by P.L.13-2013, SEC.118; P.L.221-2013, SEC.6; P.L.172-2013, SEC.10.
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