(A)   The Chief of Police, after consideration of the application and all information obtained relative thereto, shall deny the application if the applicant does not meet the requirements for such licenses as set forth in this chapter.  Endorsement shall be made by the Chief of Police upon the application of the denial of the application.  When the applicant is found to be fully qualified, the license shall be issued forthwith.
   (B)   Any license issued hereunder shall be revoked by the Chief of Police if the holder of the license is convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of this subchapter, or has made a false material statement in the application, or otherwise becomes disqualified for the issuance of a license under the terms of this subchapter.  Immediately upon such revocation, written notice thereof shall be given by the Chief of Police to the holder of the license in person or by certified U.S. Mail addressed to his or her residence address set forth in the application.
   (C)   Immediately upon the giving of such notice, the license shall become null and void.
   (D)   The license shall state the expiration date thereof.
(‘81 Code, § 5-14.04)  (Ord. 1976-1-4-4, passed 2-16-76; Am. Ord. 2008-53, passed 11-3-08)