Chapter 2.55
POLICE DEPARTMENT1

Sections:

2.55.010    Chief of police, city marshal, town marshal or marshal.

2.55.010 Chief of police, city marshal, town marshal or marshal.

The terms “chief of police,” “city marshal,” “town marshal,” or “marshal” as used in this code all have the same meaning and may be used interchangeably. For purposes of this code these shall all mean and refer to the captain of the Salt Lake County sheriff’s department assigned to Riverton City. [Ord. 2-2-99-2 § 1.]


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State law references: Heads of departments and subordinate officers, see Section 10-3-910, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Chief of department may suspend subordinates, see Section 10-3-912, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Authority of chief of police, see Section 10-3-913, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Police officers – Authority, see Section 10-3-914, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Rights to arrest without warrant, see Section 10-3-915, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Chief of police or marshal in a city of the third, fourth, or fifth class or town, see Section 10-3-918, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Powers, duties, and obligations of police chief, marshal, and their assistants in a city of the third, fourth, or fifth class or town, see Section 10-3-919, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Bail commissioner – Powers and duties, see Section 10-3-920, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Fines – Collection by bail commissioner – Disposition, see Section 10-3-921, Utah Code Annotated 1953; Term of bail commissioners – Salary – Bond of oath, see Section 10-3-922, Utah Code Annotated 1953.