§ 15.104  BURGLARY PREVENTION - INTRUSION DETECTION DEVICES.
   (a)   If it is determined by the Chief of Police that the security measures and locking devices prescribed in §§ 15.97 through 15.103 of this Article V do not adequately secure the building, he or she may require the installation and maintenance of photoelectric, ultrasonic and other intrusion detection device. In exercising his or her discretion he or she shall consider whether:
      (1)   The business establishment has experienced a high incidence of burglary in the past; or
      (2)   The type of merchandise and its inventory value require added security protection.
   (b)   If he or she determines that such installation is required, notice in writing shall be given to the responsible person setting forth the installation to be made and the period within which same shall be completed. Failure to complete the installation in the time specified shall result in enforcement action as provided in this Article V.
(1958 Code, § 40.13)  (Ord. 67-71, passed 12-28-1967; Ord. 2002-1, passed 1-14-2002)