§ 33.002  DEPARTMENT COMPOSITION.
   (A)   The Police Department shall consist of the following:
      (1)   A Chief of Police, who shall be the principal law enforcement and administrative officer of the Police Department;
      (2)   An Assistant Chief of Police, who shall act for the Chief of Police when he or she is unable to perform his or her duties as Chief and who shall be appointed by the Chief of Police as provided by law and Department regulations;
      (3)   Captains, who shall be appointed by the Chief of Police as provided by law and Department regulations. The Chief of Police and the City Council shall establish the number of captains by resolution from time to time as required;
      (4)   Lieutenants, who shall be appointed by the Chief of Police as provided by law and Department regulations. The Chief of Police and the City Council shall establish the number of lieutenants by resolution from time to time as required;
      (5)   Sergeants, who shall be appointed by the Chief of Police as provided by law and Department regulations. The Chief of Police and the City Council shall establish the number of sergeants by resolution from time to time as required; and
      (6)   Police officers, who shall be appointed to the Police Department as provided by law and Department regulations, and the authorized number shall be as the Council may set by resolution.
   (B)   All members of the Police Department, regardless of rank or rating, shall be subject to such duty assignments as shall be directed by the Chief of Police or by the Mayor, so as to promote efficiency and elasticity in the functioning of the Police Department.
(2013 Code, § 24-12)  (Ord. 10, passed 8-14-1950; Ord. 8597, passed 1-27-1954; Ord. 12240, passed 5-3-1973; Ord. 12786, passed 9-22-1975; Ord. 13033, passed 12-13-1976; Ord. 13352, passed 5-22-1978; Ord. 14176, passed 3-12-1984)