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—(1) The Minister may make regulations to carry out the purposes of this Part.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), the Minister may make regulations for or with respect to —
the organisation, structure and management of Auxiliary Police Forces;
the schemes of training for auxiliary police officers;
the appointments and promotions of auxiliary police officers;
the discipline and punishment of auxiliary police officers, including a fine not exceeding $5,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2 years or both for any auxiliary police officer who is convicted of an offence under these regulations;
the uniform and equipment, arms and ammunition to be carried by auxiliary police officers;
the auditing of the conduct of operation, suitability and availability, recruitment and training of an Auxiliary Police Force as may be necessary for preventing abuse or neglect of duty, and for rendering the Auxiliary Police Force efficient in the discharge of their duties and for the carrying out of the objects of this Act;
the establishment and administration of any association established for the welfare of auxiliary police officers and the control of the funds of any such association and the collection of subscriptions from members thereof;
the powers and procedure of a Compensation Board, including the awarding of costs and referring questions of law to the High Court;
such other matters as may be necessary and expedient for preventing abuse or neglect of duty, and for rendering the Auxiliary Police Forces efficient in the discharge of their duties and for carrying out the objects of this Act; and
any other matter which by this Part is required or permitted to be prescribed.
(3) All Auxiliary Police Forces Regulations made under this section shall be presented to Parliament as soon as possible after publication in the Gazette.
[Police Force 1985 Ed., s. 71 (12)]