Police Department
   EDITOR’S NOTE: Resolution 3-71, passed February 9, 1971, authorized the City’s participation in the Central Ohio Law Enforcement Council. Ordinance 26-82, passed May 25, 1982, authorized a Mutual Aid Compact with other Franklin County political subdivisions to provide more efficient police protection through mutual assistance and interchange of police personnel and equipment.
   The City enters into Collective Bargaining Agreements, from time to time, with the Fraternal Order of Police, City Lodge No. 9, with respect to the bargaining unit consisting of all full- time regular policemen and policewomen in the rank of police officer. Copies of the latest relevant legislation and Agreement may be obtained, at cost, from the Clerk of Council.
240.01   Duties generally.
240.02   Acting Chief of Police.
240.03   Contract for wrecking services.
240.04   School Safety Patrol. (Repealed)
240.05   Police Parking Control Officer.
240.06   Park Police.
240.07   Mandatory retirement.
240.08   Work week and work day.
240.09   Effective dates of payroll increases for longevity. (Repealed)
240.10   Disability compensation. (Repealed)
240.11   Powers of police officers outside City.
240.12   Authority to dispose of bicycles.
240.13   Reserve Police Force.
240.99   Penalty.
Attendance of Police Chief in Mayor’s Court - see CHTR. Art. III, §16
Police Department - see CHTR. Art. IX
Compliance with lawful order of police officer; fleeing - see TRAF. 404.01
Resisting arrest - see TRAF. 404.02; GEN. OFF. 606.16
Police may remove ignition key - see TRAF. 444.02
Disposition of property held by Police Department - see GEN. OFF. 606.24