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3.20.180 Appointment and Removal of Police Reserves.

City Code Section

(Amended by Ordinance No. 143623, effective June 13, 1977.) The Chief of Police is authorized, subject to the approval of the Commissioner In Charge, to appoint new members to the police reserve from time to time as need therefore arises and to accept the resignations and discontinue appointments from time to time in accordance with his judgment concerning the public welfare and safety subject to the approval of the Commissioner In Charge; provided that the total number of such reserves at any time shall not exceed 200.

A. Within the ranks of the police reserve the Chief of Police shall designate which members of the reserve shall serve as a special duty reserve unit. Members of the special duty reserve unit shall assist the Bureau in performing Sunshine Division, charitable, search and rescue and other non-law enforcement related functions.