On the other hand, the sharing of licensed health professionals, particularly in the absence of a declared emergency, raises complex licensing, privilege and reporting issues and carries significant liability and compensation risks. The exchange of other elements, such as private health information. B, also requires analysis of existing legal powers and risk assessment. For example, protected health information contained in epidemiological reports is subject to privacy legislation and may require an analysis of the right to disclose information. The sharing of unauthorized equipment, stockpiles and personnel could only take place with legal authorization and would likely expose states to legal risks beyond those involved in the exchange of information. Regardless of the type of mutual assistance, mutual assistance agreements are essential in defining the rules, procedures and procedures to be followed in terms of the exchange of information, resources or personnel. In particular, with regard to the sharing of resources or staff, binding agreements must necessarily deal with the issues of liability, reimbursement and compensation for workers. 4 APPENDIX E Mutual Assistance Agreements from example case examples 7. Salt Lake City International Interlocal Airport Agreement (2012) Multi-JURISDICTIONAL MUTUAL AID AID AGREEMENT FOR SHERIFF AND POLICE SERVICES RECORDED APR 02 2012 (An Interlocal Cooperation Agreement) AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT entered into this 2012, by and among: Attorney General`s Office, Cottonwood Heights, Draper City, Granite School District, Murray City, Salt Lake Airport Police , Tooele City, Town of Alta, Utah State Department of Corrections, Utah State Department of Natural Resources, Unified Police Department, United States Marshall for Utah, University of Utah Police, Utah Transit Authority (UTA), Utah State Department of Public Safety, Utah Motor Vehicle Enforce Division, West Jordan City, West Valley City, one of which can be characterized as an “agency” or two or more agencies.
The term “all agencies” refers to parties who are signatories to this agreement and who have not terminated their participation in this agreement. PURPOSE: Each agency has or is a law enforcement service or a service loaded with equipment and personnel, trained and equipped to prevent and detect crimes and empowered to enforce laws or regulations in the state of Utah.