General Laws

[Text of section added by 1972, 160, Sec. 1. See also, Section 32B added by 2014, 172, Sec. 2, below.]

Section 32B. There is hereby established the David I. Walsh-Leverett Saltonstall visiting lectureship program in practical politics and public affairs at the university. For such program the university may annually expend such sums, not to exceed twenty-five thousand dollars, as may be appropriated therefor.

The president of the university and the board of trustees shall select as such visiting lecturers individuals who are both learned and experienced in practical politics and public affairs, and who possess the ability to communicate such knowledge to university students.

The duties of the visiting lecturers shall be decided upon by the president of the university and the chairmen of the departments of political science and politics.

The visiting lecturers shall be appointed for a period not to exceed one year, and they may be assigned to the university branch at Boston or Amherst for a full year, or may be assigned to either branch for one semester or less.

Chapter 75: Section 32B. Mutual aid programs for police departments; agreements between University of Massachusetts campuses and governments and municipalities

[Text of section added by 2014, 172, Sec. 2 applicable as provided by 2014, 172, Sec. 3. See also, Section 32B added by 1972, 160, Sec. 1, above.]

Section 32B. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, any campus of the University of Massachusetts may enter into an agreement with any subdivision of the federal or state government, town, city or other towns and cities, including towns and cities in states contiguous to the commonwealth, to provide mutual aid programs for police departments to increase the capability of such departments to protect the lives, safety and property of the people in the area designated in the agreement. The agreement may include the furnishing of personal services, supplies, materials, contractual services and equipment when the resources normally available to the University or any municipality in the agreement are not sufficient to cope with a situation which requires police action. When providing such mutual aide, police officers shall have all the immunities and powers granted to them by the University or the municipalities that employ them including, but not limited to, the same duties, authority, immunities and privileges as duly appointed and qualified police officers acting as such in the municipality.