Article - Courts and Judicial Proceedings
(a) In this section, “administrator” includes the sheriff, director, superintendent, warden, or other officer in charge of a local detention center.
(b) The administrator may designate employees of the local detention center to serve a criminal summons, warrant, or charging document.
(c) The authority of an individual designated to serve criminal process under this section shall be limited to the service of process within the local detention center.
(d) The administrator shall ensure that an employee designated to serve criminal process has received adequate training.
(e) This section may not be construed to limit the authority of any employee of the local detention center to serve civil process as provided in the Maryland Rules.