4-1-2: CHIEF OF POLICE:
   A.   Office Created: There is hereby created and established the Office of Chief of Police.
   B.   Appointment And Term: The Chief of Police shall be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Village Board of Trustees. The term of office of the Chief of Police shall be four (4) years and shall run concurrently with the term of the Mayor.
   C.   Powers And Duties:
      1.   Rules And Regulations: The Chief of Police shall make or prescribe such rules and regulations for the conduct and guidance of the members of the Police Department as he or she shall deem advisable, and such rules, when approved by the Village Board of Trustees, shall be binding on such members.
      2.   Attend Meetings; Execute Orders And Processes: The Chief of Police shall attend, when requested by the Mayor, either in person or by deputy, all meetings of the Village Board of Trustees, execute all its orders and close the Board chamber upon the adjournment of that body. The Chief of Police shall also execute all warrants or other legal process required to be executed by him or her under any ordinance of the Village or laws of the State.
      3.   Custodian Of Lost, Abandoned And Stolen Property: The Chief of Police shall be the custodian of all lost and abandoned or stolen property in the Village.
      4.   Minors: The Chief of Police shall ensure that the Police Department complies with the requirements of section 3 of the Minor Identification and Protection Act, enacted by the 83rd General Assembly as found in 325 Illinois Compiled Statutes 45/3. (Ord. 2004-23, 12-14-2004)