Auxiliary policemen shall have the following powers and duties, when properly assigned and on duty:
   (A)   To aid or direct traffic in the municipality;
   (B)   To render aid in the event of natural or man-made disaster;
   (C)   To aid in cases of civil disorder;
   (D)   To perform normal and regular police duties when assigned by the Chief of Police on those occasions when it is impractical for members of the regular Police Department to perform normal and regular police duties;
   (E)   While on active call-out by the delegating authority to arrest or cause to be arrested, with or without process, all persons who break the peace or are found violating any municipal ordinance or any criminal law of the state;
   (F)   To commit arrested persons for examinations;
   (G)   If necessary, to detain arrested persons in custody until the earliest possible time that they can be brought before the proper magistrate;
   (H)   To exercise all other powers as conservators of the peace that the corporate authorities may prescribe;
   (I)   To serve and execute all warrants for the violation of municipal ordinances, or the state criminal law, within the limits of the village and for the purpose to have all the common law and statutory power of sheriffs.
(Ord. 307, passed 11-17-71)