DECREE GOVERNING THE QUEEN'S GUARD
Statue of the Queen's Guard
The Queen's Guard is a Police Organization operating in the OWK, created by and directly subordinate to the Queen.
Lady Members of the Queen's Guard
Only a Woman over 21 years of age may become a Lady Member of the Queen's Guard, if She pledges loyalty to the Queen and will live Her life within the Territory of the OWK
under its founding principles.
Tasks and Responsibilities of the Queen's Guard
The Queen's Guard performs and assures the following activities within the Territory of the OWK:
- Protection of the Queen
- Protection of State Buildings
- Protection of State Boarders
- Customs Inspection and Passport Control
- Maintenance of public order
- Supervision over State working slaves
- Supervision over State Prison
- Investigation of crimes
- Execution of verdicts put forth by the State Court
Powers of the Queen's Guard
- When performing service Lady Members of the Queen's Guard are required to maintain the Lawful Standards of the OWK.
- Lady Members of the Queen's Guards have unlimited powers during:
- Investigation of the identification of persons and slaves entering or operating within the Territory of the OWK
- Detaining suspects and slaves and locating them in detention
- Performing interrogations of detained persons and slaves
- Decision on expulsion of an unwanted person or slave from the Territory of the OWK (if Her Majesty the Queen is not present)
- Every person or slave within the Territory of the OWK is required to obey every order issued by a Lady Member of the Queen's Guard.
- In the event of disobeying an order the Lady Member of the Queen's Guard is authorized to used at reasonable level the following enforcement devices:
- Placing handcuffs on such person or slave
- Whip or cane
- Police human dog
- Service weapon
- The enforcement devices listed in Paragraph d) cannot be used against persons of the Female sex.
Statute of a Public Agent
The function of a Lady Member of the Queen's Guard is a State Function, and therefore each Lady Guard receives the Statute of a Public Agent.
Complaints on the Queen's Guard
- It is possible to validate a complaint on the activity of a Lady Member of the Queen's Guard at Her direct Superior.
- Complaints against the activity of a Lady Member of the Queen's Guard by persons of the male sex is prohibited.
Structure and Ranking
- The Queen's Guard is divided into sections 1, 2, 3 and 4, formed by Lady Guards.
Guardesses are subordinate to Lady Officers.
- At the head of each section stands a Section Lady Commander with the rank of Lady Officer, subordinate to the Headmistress of the Queen´s Guard.
- In the event of the absence of a Section Lady Commander, a Lady Officer from the nearest Section shall take over Her Command.
- At the head of the entire Queen's Guard stands the Headmistress of the Queen´s Guard, subordinate only to the Queen.
- In the event of absence of the Headmistress, the Lady Officer of Section with the lowest number shall take over command of the Guard.
- Service uniform
- white shirt
- black leather jacket
- long black leather coat
- black, short or long leather shorts
- black leather boots
- black leather gloves
- band with the Female Cross on the left sleeve
- Ceremonial uniform
- same as service uniform, only with leather boots above the knee
- Standard weaponry:
- police handcuffs
- rubber club
- riding crop
- Additional weaponry:
- leather quirt
- gas gun
- human dog
- Lady Members of the Queen's Guard earn financial remuneration for performing service.
- The Queen shall determine the amount of such remuneration.
Costs for housing, food, uniforms and pay for the Queen's Guard are paid for from the State Treasury.
This Decree assumes validity on the date of signature and takes effect on the date of its publicizing on the official OWK Web Page.
In Black City on November 25, 2001
Her Royal Majesty
Queen of the OWK