PRIOR PRINTER'S NO. 480
PRINTER'S NO. 1579
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
INTRODUCED BY KILLION, D. COSTA, HARHART, FABRIZIO, KORTZ, FLECK, BARRAR, DENLINGER, MICOZZIE, MURT, MARSICO AND HACKETT, JANUARY 30, 2013
AS REPORTED FROM COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, AS AMENDED, APRIL 23, 2013
8§ 103. Definitions.
9Subject to additional definitions contained in subsequent
10provisions of this title which are applicable to specific
11provisions of this part, the following words and phrases when
12used in this title shall have, unless the context clearly
13indicates otherwise, the meanings given to them in this section:
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1Public School Code of 1949.
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6§ 2702. Aggravated assault.
9(1) attempts to cause serious bodily injury to another,
10or causes such injury intentionally, knowingly or recklessly
11under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the
12value of human life;
13(2) attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or
14recklessly causes serious bodily injury to any of the
15officers, agents, employees or other persons enumerated in
16subsection (c) or to an employee of an agency, company or
17other entity engaged in public transportation, while in the
18performance of duty;
<-25[(5) attempts to cause or intentionally or knowingly
26causes bodily injury to a teaching staff member, school board
27member or other employee, including a student employee, of
28any elementary or secondary publicly-funded educational
29institution, any elementary or secondary private school
30licensed by the Department of Education [or<-], any elementary
1or secondary parochial school <-or private residential
2rehabilitative institution while acting in the scope of his
3or her employment or because of his or her employment
4relationship to the school;<-]
5(6) attempts by physical menace to put any of the
6officers, agents, employees or other persons enumerated in
7subsection (c), while in the performance of duty, in fear of
8imminent serious bodily injury; or
9(7) uses tear or noxious gas as defined in section
102708(b) (relating to use of tear or noxious gas in labor
11disputes) or uses an electric or electronic incapacitation
12device against any officer, employee or other person
13enumerated in subsection (c) while acting in the scope of his
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19(1) Police officer.
22(3) County adult probation or parole officer.
23(4) County juvenile probation or parole officer.
27(7) Deputy sheriff.
28(8) Liquor control enforcement agent.
4(10) Judge of any court in the unified judicial system.
5(11) The Attorney General.
6(12) A deputy attorney general.
7(13) A district attorney.
8(14) An assistant district attorney.
9(15) A public defender.
10(16) An assistant public defender.
11(17) A Federal law enforcement official.
12(18) A State law enforcement official.
13(19) A local law enforcement official.
16(21) Emergency medical services personnel.
17(22) Parking enforcement officer.
18(23) A magisterial district judge.
19(24) A constable.
20(25) A deputy constable.
21(26) A psychiatric aide.
22(27) <-As follows:
23(i) A teaching staff member, a school board member
24or other employee, including a student employee, of any
25elementary or secondary publicly funded educational
26institution, any elementary or secondary private school
27licensed by the Department of Education [or], any
28elementary or secondary parochial school or private
29residential rehabilitative institution while acting in
30the scope of his or her employment or because of his or
1her employment relationship to the school.
7(29) Lieutenant Governor.
8(30) Auditor General.
9(31) State Treasurer.
10(32) Member of the General Assembly.
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1"Electric or electronic incapacitation device." A portable
2device which is designed or intended by the manufacturer to be
3used, offensively or defensively, to temporarily immobilize or
4incapacitate persons by means of electric pulse or current,
5including devices operated by means of carbon dioxide
6propellant. The term does not include cattle prods, electric
7fences or other electric devices when used in agricultural,
8animal husbandry or food production activities.
9"Emergency medical services personnel." The term includes,
10but is not limited to, doctors, residents, interns, registered
11nurses, licensed practical nurses, nurse aides, ambulance
12attendants and operators, paramedics, emergency medical
13technicians and members of a hospital security force while
14working within the scope of their employment.
17(1) An employee of a public utility.
18(2) An employee of a municipally-owned utility.
19(3) An employee of a cable television company.
20(4) An employee of an electric distribution company.
21(5) An employee of an electric generation company.
22(6) An independent contractor or an employee of an
23independent contractor working on behalf of a cable
24television company, a public utility, a municipally-owned
25utility, an electric distribution company, an electric
26generation company or an electric cooperative.
27(7) An employee of a telecommunications carrier.
6Section 3. Section 3503(d) of Title 18 is amended to read:
7§ 3503. Criminal trespass.
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9(d) Definition.--As used in this section, the term "school
10grounds" means any building of or grounds of any elementary or
11secondary publicly funded educational institution, any
12elementary or secondary private school licensed by the
13Department of Education, any elementary or secondary parochial
14school, any private residential rehabilitative institution, any
15certified day-care center or any licensed preschool program.
<-16Section 4. This act shall take effect in 60 days.
<-17Section 4. This act shall take effect as follows:
20(i) This section.
21(ii) The amendment of 18 Pa.C.S. § 2702(d).