(A)   The officers and members of the police force of the city possess all the common-law and statutory powers of constables, except in relation to the service of civil process.  Any warrant of search or arrest, issued by any judge, may be executed in any part thereof by any member of the police force, subject to the laws governing arrest and bail.
   (B)   The members of the police force shall serve all process within the city issuing from the City Court.  They shall arrest, without process, all persons who within view violate the statutes of the state, or the ordinances of the city.  The members of the police force shall take the violators before the court having jurisdiction of the offense and retain them in custody until the cause of such arrest has been investigated.  The members of the police force shall suppress all breaches of the peace within their knowledge, and may call to their aid the power of the city, and pursue and commit to jail persons guilty of violation of the statutes of this state, or of the ordinances of the city.
   (C)   They shall serve all process issued by the Common Council or any committee thereof, or by any of the executive departments of the city.
   (D)   They shall attend upon the City Court and assist the bailiff to preserve order in the Court.  The members of the police force, under the direction of the Chief of Police, shall convey prisoners to and from the county jail or station houses of the city for arraignment or trial in the City Court, or to the place of imprisonment, under sentence of the Court.
   (E)   The police officers shall enforce city ordinances in accordance with IC 36-1-6.  (IC 36-8-3-6)