§ 33.70  SPECIAL POLICE.
   In case of riot or other law enforcement emergency, the Chief of Police may appoint for a specified time as many special police officers as may be necessary for the maintenance of law and order. During that term of appointment, the special police shall have only those powers and perform only those duties as shall be specifically assigned by the Chief of Police. Special police officers shall have only the authority to provide supplementary assistance at special events, traffic or crowd control, and administrative or clerical assistance. A special officer's duties do not include enforcement of the general criminal law of the state, and the officer does not have full powers of arrest.
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