10-1-4: CHIEF OF POLICE; DUTIES, TENURE:
   A.   General Duties: The chief of police shall be the keeper of the village jail and shall have custody of all persons incarcerated therein. He shall keep such records and make such reports concerning the activities of his department as may be required by statute or by the president and board of trustees. The chief shall be responsible for the performance by the police department of its functions, and all persons who are members of the police department shall serve subject to the orders of the chief of police. (Ord. 2015-49, 11-17-2015)
   B.   Stolen Property: The chief of police shall have the custody of all lost, abandoned or stolen property recovered in the village. (1970 Code §32.11)
   C.   Tenure Of Office: The chief of police shall serve for such term as may be provided by law, and may be removed in the manner provided for the removal of officers. Provided, that if any member of the police department having rank therein under the civil service law (or other tenure of office) shall be appointed chief, upon the expiration of his term or the termination of his services for any reason, he shall resume his status and rank held before his appointment as chief. (1970 Code §32.15)