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PART SIX - GENERAL OFFENSES CODE
Chap. 602. General Provisions; Administrative and Enforcement.
Chap. 606. Air Pollution.
Chap. 608. Animals.
Chap. 610. Complete Streets Policy.
Chap. 620. Drugs.
Chap. 624. Fair Housing.
Chap. 630. Gambling.
Chap. 634. Health, Safety and Sanitation.
Chap. 650. Minors.
Chap. 660. Offenses Relating to Property.
Chap. 662. Parks and Recreation.
Chap. 664. Peace Disturbances.
Chap. 670. Sex Related Offenses.
Chap. 690. Water Pollution.
Chap. 692. Weapons and Explosives.
Chap. 694. Smoking Restrictions.
602.01 Removal of weapons and valuables from prisoners.
602.02 Resisting or obstructing officers.
602.03 Impersonating police officers.
602.04 Assisting police officers.
602.05 Temporary questioning without arrest.
602.06 Bail processing fee.
Maximum authorized penalties - see Ill. R.S. Ch. 24, §§ 1-2-1, 1-2-1.1
Impersonating member of police organization - see Ill. R.S. Ch. 38, § 17-2
Interference with public officers - see Ill. R.S. Ch. 38, §§ 31-1 et seq.
Licensing of dogs and cats - see GEN. OFF. 608.14
Minors curfew - see GEN. OFF. 650.02
Failure to disperse upon police order - see GEN. OFF. 664.03
Whenever a person is about to be confined under this Code, the keeper thereof, or any officer making the arrest, shall search the person to be confined and remove from him or her all dangerous weapons, money or other valuables. The property so taken from the person shall be kept in a place of safety by such keeper or officer and restored to the custody of the person from whom it was taken upon his or her release.
(Ord. 16. Passed 2-13-28; 1976 Code § 12-55.)
No person shall hinder, obstruct, resist, interrupt or interfere with, or aid, encourage or countenance another person in hindering, obstructing, resisting, interrupting or interfering with, any officer of the Village in the discharge of his or her official duties. No person shall rescue or attempt to rescue from any such officer any person in his or her custody; prevent or attempt to prevent any such officer from arresting any person; or hinder, obstruct, resist, interrupt or interfere with any person called upon or authorized by any such officer to aid him or her in making an arrest or to assist him or her in his or her official duties.
(Ord. 16. Passed 2-13-28; 1976 Code § 12-56.)
No person who is not a member of the Police Department shall impersonate any of the members of the Department; maliciously, or with the intent to deceive, use or imitate any of the signs, signals or devices adopted and used by the Department; or wear, in public, the uniform adopted as the police uniform.
(Ord. 156. Passed 2-8-55; 1976 Code § 15-17.)
Every person in the Village, when called upon by the Chief of Police or any member of the Police Department, shall promptly aid and assist such Chief or Department member in the execution of his or her police duties.
(Ord. 156. Passed 2-8-55; 1976 Code § 15-18.)
(a) Temporary Questioning. A peace officer, having identified himself or herself as a peace officer, may stop any person in a public place for a reasonable period of time when such person is wearing known gang colors, emblems or other gang insignia, or appears to be engaged in communicating gang-related messages through the use of hand signals or other means of communication, or as otherwise provided by law, and the officer reasonable infers from the totality of the circumstances that the person is committing, is about to commit, or has committed, any offense prohibited by the State of Illinois Criminal Code of 1961, as amended, or this Code. Once stopped, the officer may demand the name and address of the person and an explanation of his or her actions. Such detention and temporary questioning will be conducted in the vicinity of the place where the person was stopped.
(b) Weapons Pat-Down. When a peace officer has stopped a person for temporary questioning pursuant to subsection (a) hereof and the officer reasonable suspects that he or she or any other person is in danger of attack, he or she may patdown the person for weapons. If an officer discovers a weapon, he or she may take it until the completion of the questioning, at which time he or she shall return the weapon if it may be lawfully possessed, or shall arrest the person so questioned and seize any weapons.
(Ord. 774. Passed 12-28-92.)
Any person arrested for violating a bailable municipal ordinance of a state or federal law shall pay a $20.00 fee for bail processing. This fee shall be in addition to the required bail and shall be paid before the arrestee is released on bail.
(Ord. 1531. Passed 8-27-12.)
Whoever violates or fails to comply with any of the provisions of this chapter, for which no penalty is otherwise provided, shall be subject to the penalty provided in Section 202.99 of the Administration Code, for each offense, except when such violation or noncompliance may be settled or compromised in accordance with Section 214.03 of such Code.