An official elected by the Senate whose duties include controlling access to the floor of the chamber.
An officer of the house or senate charged with maintaining order and carrying out the directives of the presiding officers and the members.
Legislative Assembly officer in charge of the security for the Assembly, the MLAs, and visitors to the Chamber. The Sergeant-at-Arms also has custody of the Mace.
A member of the session day staff under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Senate or Clerk of the General Assembly who assists in maintaining the security and decorum of the house.
A senior official who is responsible for the buildings used by the House of Commons, their contents, maintenance and security. The Sergeant-at-Arms attends to the Speaker when he or she enters or leaves the Commons Chamber and is responsible for the Mace.
A traditional, ceremonial office in which the incumbent bears the Mace, and assists the Speaker in the Chamber.
The officer who maintains order in the chamber and provides security for its members. The House and Senate each have their own Sgt.-at-Arms.
Staff responsible for maintaining order and providing security for legislators. The Chief Sergeant-at-Arms in each house is elected by the members of that house at the beginning of every legislative session.
An appointed officer of a house who is responsible for maintaining order, regulating access to the chamber, and carrying out the requests of the presiding officer or membership.
An appointed officer ofa house who is responsible for maintainingorder, regulating access to the chamber, andcarrying out the requests of the presidingofficer or membership.
The officer in either chamber who is responsible for maintaining order in the chamber and who serves as escort to the committee named to deliver messages to the Governor or the other body. The Sergeant-at-Arms supervises the distribution of materials to legislators.