(A)   The village’s law enforcement officer is hereby authorized, empowered and ordered to exercise all powers and duties with relation to the management of street traffic and to direct, control, stop, restrict, regulate and when necessary, temporarily divert or exclude in the interest of public safety, health and convenience the movement of pedestrian, animal and vehicular traffic of every kind in streets, parks and on bridges. The driver of any vehicle shall stop upon the signal of any police officer.
(Prior Code, § 5-219)
   (B)   The governing body or the village’s law enforcement officer may at any time detail officers, to be known as “traffic officers”, at street intersections. All traffic officers shall be vested with the authority to regulate and control traffic at the intersections to which they are assigned. It shall be their duty to direct the movement of traffic and prevent congestion and accidents. It shall be unlawful for any person to violate any order or signal of any such traffic officer notwithstanding the directive of a stop sign or signal device which may have been placed at any such intersection.
(Prior Code, § 5-221)
   (C)   It shall be unlawful for any person to refuse, or fail to comply with any lawful order, signal or direction of a police officer.
(Prior Code, § 5-224)
Penalty, see § 10.99
Statutory reference:
   Related provisions, see Neb. RS 60-683, 60-6,222, 81-2008