[Ord. No. 203 §204.010, 1-2-1985]
The Chief of Police and Police Officers shall be the conservators of the peace and shall be active and vigilant in the preservation of good order within the City.
[Ord. No. 203 §204.030, 1-2-1985]
The Board of Aldermen shall appoint such Police Officers as may be deemed expedient, who shall hold office for such time as shall be designated at the time of their appoint, not exceeding one (1) year.
All newly hired Peace Officers shall be required to have certification in accordance with Section 590.105, RSMo.
[Ord. No. 203 §204.060, 1-2-1985]
It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police as well as all other Police Officers, to see that all the laws and ordinances of the City are duly enforced and without warrant to arrest forthwith and bring before the judge any person who, in the presence of such officer shall commit any offense against any law of the City or of the State, and to promptly execute all warrants and other processes put in their hands for service, and to perform such other duties incident to the office as may be required by law or the ordinances of the City.
[Ord. No. 203 §204.080, 1-2-1985]
The Chief of Police and all other Police Officers shall, at all times, be diligent in preventing the obstruction of any and all sidewalks and streets in the City, and particularly in the business portion thereof, and not allow any crowd or assemblage or persons to obstruct such street or sidewalk by gathering together either on the corners of the street or elsewhere thereon so as to prevent or discommode persons in traveling the same. When the Chief of Police or any Police Officers shall command any such crowd or assemblage to disperse and any one (1) or more of them shall fail to do so, he/she or they shall be immediately arrested by such officer and taken before the judge where, upon conviction, such person shall be fined no less than ten dollars ($10.00).
[Ord. No. 203 §204.100, 1-2-1985]
The Chief of Police or any Police Officers may receive and accept a good and sufficient bond of any person arrested by them.
[Ord. No. 281 §§1 — 2, 2-1-1993]
The Board of Aldermen hereby ratify the mutual-aid agreement, previously executed by the Mayor and the City Clerk with the consent of the Board of Aldermen, between the City of Northmoor, and the City of Riverside for intergovernmental Police service and assistance, a copy of which is on file in the City Clerk's office.
The Mayor is further authorized to negotiate similar mutual-aid agreements with other political subdivisions on the same or similar terms as this agreement. Each such mutual-aid agreement shall, before execution by the officials of the City of Northmoor, be ratified by the Board of Aldermen.