Chapter 2.18


2.18.010    Auxiliary police officer, school crossings – Position authorized – Duties.

2.18.020    Police chief – Duties.

2.18.010 Auxiliary police officer, school crossings – Position authorized – Duties.

A. Effective September 1, 1986, and within the limitations of the police department budget, the temporary and intermittent position of auxiliary police officer, school crossings, is authorized. The chief of police may fill this position as he deems necessary.

B. The temporary and intermittent auxiliary police officers shall regulate the traffic at school crossings and other points used by school children during the school year, and may include such additional duties associated with the school as assigned by the chief of police. The chief of police is authorized to invest the appointees with the authority and insignia of special police. (Ord. 551 §§ 1, 2, 1986)

2.18.020 Police chief – Duties.

A. The mayor shall appoint a police chief who shall hold office at the pleasure of the mayor and shall not be subject to confirmation by the city council. The police chief’s salary shall be approved by the city council.

B. The police chief’s duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Supervision over all police officers and clerical personnel;

2. Preparation of monthly and annual reports on police activities, crimes, infractions and other police matters committed within the city boundaries;

3. Attendance at all city council meetings; and

4. Such other duties as may be assigned from time to time. (Ord. 753 § 14, 1997)