City of Salisbury, MO
Chariton County
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[CC 1996 § 200.090]
A. 
All new Peace Officers employed by the City of Salisbury shall have completed a minimum of one hundred twenty (120) hours of training as approved by the Missouri Department of Public Safety.
B. 
Any new Peace Officer employed by the City without such training shall be deemed a probationary officer and shall complete such training within one (1) year of his or her employment.
C. 
The Mayor shall notify the Director of the Missouri Department of Public Safety within thirty (30) days of the appointment of a Peace Officer and shall include with such notification a copy of a fingerprint card verified by the Missouri State Highway Patrol pertaining to the results of a criminal background check of the officer appointed and evidence of completion of the training standards required by the State of Missouri.
[Ord. No. 03-02-03 § 1, 2-13-2003]
A. 
Any Peace Officer of the City of Salisbury that is certified pursuant to Chapter 590, RSMo., shall have the authority to respond to emergency situations outside the boundaries of the City.
B. 
The City of Salisbury, Missouri, does, through this Section, adopt all of the provisions set forth in Section 70.820, RSMo., as the official policy of the City and does authorize the Chief of Police to authorize responses to emergency situations as defined in said Statute.
C. 
This Section shall be effective when a political subdivision has passed a similar ordinance, order or other ruling as set forth in Section 70.820, RSMo.
D. 
As used in Section 70.820, RSMo., "emergency situation" means any situation in which the Law Enforcement Officer has reasonable belief that a crime is about to be committed, is being committed, or has been committed involving injury or threat of injury to any person, property, or governmental interest and such officer's response is reasonably necessary to prevent or end such emergency situation or mitigate the likelihood of injury involved in such emergency situation. The determination of the existence of any emergency situation shall be at the discretion of the officer making the response.
E. 
As used in this Section, "response" shall mean to take any and all action which the officer may lawfully take as if exercising his or her normal police powers within his or her own jurisdiction.
F. 
This Section does not effect previously established mutual assistance agreements between this City and other Cities and Counties of the State of Missouri.