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(A) Any license issued under this subchapter may be denied, revoked or suspended by the Chief of Police or his/her agent by reason of a violation of any of the provisions of this subchapter.
(B) When a hearing is set by the Chief of Police or his/her agent in a revocation or suspension procedure, the licensee shall receive not less than 20 days written notice, which notice shall contain charges made, as well as the time and place when the hearing will be held.
(C) At a hearing conducted pursuant to this subchapter, the licensee shall have the right to be represented by counsel, to present witnesses, to testify and cross-examine any other witnesses and to subpoena witnesses. Proceedings shall be conducted under oath.
(D) The Chief of Police or his/her agent shall preside at the hearing and shall make the final determination.
(E) If any decision adverse to the licensee is made by the Chief of Police or his/her agent after a hearing as provided above, the Chief of Police or his/her agent shall provide the licensee with a written reason for such decision, as well as a notice of the licensee's right to appeal to the courts of the state.
(Ord. G-4-15, passed 4-14-15)