City of Stockton, MO
Cedar County
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The Mayor with the approval of a majority of the members of the Board of Aldermen shall appoint a Chief of Police, who shall perform all duties required of the Marshal by law and any other Police Officers found by the Board of Aldermen to be necessary for the good government of the City. The Chief of Police shall be twenty-one (21) years of age or older.
The Police of the City may be appointed in such numbers, for such times and in such manner as may be prescribed by ordinance. They shall have power to serve and execute all warrants, subpoenas, writs or other process and to make arrests in the same manner as the Marshal. They may exercise such powers in areas leased or owned by the municipality outside of the boundaries of such municipality. The Marshal and Policemen shall be conservators of the peace and shall be active and vigilant in the preservation of good order within the City.
The Board of Aldermen of the City may by ordinance enter into a contract or agreement with any other political subdivision for the provision of Police services by one political subdivision to another on request, as provided for in Section 70.815, RSMo. The terms "Chief of Police", "Police", "Policemen" and "Police Department" as used herein shall refer to Law Enforcement Officers of the contracting entity.
[Ord. No. 170, 8-9-1993]
All newly hired Peace Officers shall be required to have completed basic training certification as required by the Missouri Department of Public Safety.
Any persons licensed and commissioned within a County of the Third Classification before July 1, 2002, may retain licensure with one hundred twenty (120) hours of basic training under City Ordinance 170 adopted August 9, 1993, in compliance with Section 590.040.1(4), RSMo.