§ 132.06  IMPERSONATING AN EMPLOYEE OF THE LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPARTMENT.
   (A)   No person shall falsely represent himself or herself to be an officer, agent, or employee of the Louisville Metro Police Department and in such assumed character, arrest or detain or search in any manner the person or property of another, nor shall any person other than a police officer of the Louisville Metro Police Department wear or carry the uniform, apparel, badge, identification card, or any other insignia of office similar to or a colorable imitation of that adopted and worn or carried by the police officers of the Louisville Metro Police Department.
   (B)   No person or firm shall represent to any other person for the purpose of obtaining money for advertising in any publication that he or she is a representative or agent of the Louisville Metro Police Department. All persons soliciting advertisements in any publication in which the names or reputation of the Louisville Metro Police Department is expressly or impliedly used shall register with the Secretary of the Cabinet for Public Protection.
   (C)   The penalty for violation of this section shall be up to a $500 fine and/or 365 days in jail.
(1999 Lou. Code, § 132.07)  (Lou. Ord. No. 88-1974, approved 7-15-1974; Lou. Metro Am. Ord. No. 34-2007, approved 3-26-2007)