Village of Malverne, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Malverne as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fire Department — See Ch. 74.
[Adopted 12-17-1958[1] (Ch. 30, Art. I, of the 1972 Code)]
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Editor's Note: Amended in its entirety at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
In accordance with General Municipal Law § 10, the Mayor of the Incorporated Village of Malverne shall have power to appoint such number of special police officers for the Village as she or he may deem necessary to preserve the public peace in case of riot, conflagration, dangerous traffic congestion or other public emergency. Such special police officers shall be empowered to act only when called to duty by the Mayor or the Chief of Police of said Village for service during a riot, conflagration, dangerous traffic congestion or other public emergency. Such special police officers shall serve at the pleasure of the Mayor, and the appointment of any special police officers may be rescinded by the Mayor at any time, with or without cause. The amount of compensation, if any, to be paid to a special police officer shall be fixed by the Board of Trustees. Such special police officers shall, in the performance of their duties, be under the sole control of the regularly appointed and constituted officers of the Malverne Police Department. They shall have the power to make arrests only for public intoxication, traffic violations, disorderly conduct or other offenses against peace and good order.
[Adopted 12-6-1967 (Ch. 30, Art. II, of the 1972 Code)]
The Incorporated Village of Malverne does hereby elect to make available to the members of the Police Department of said Village all the advantages and benefits provided by § 384-d of the Retirement and Social Security Law of the State of New York, and every member contributing on the basis of this section shall be separated from the service on the last day of the calendar month next succeeding the calendar month in which he attains age 62.
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Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).
The Incorporated Village of Malverne does hereby elect to assume all the additional costs on account of services for an officer or member of the Malverne Police Department rendered to said Village of Malverne prior to the effective date of such election.
The Incorporated Village of Malverne does hereby elect to assume all of the back costs on account of services of an officer or member of said Department which will be required in order to effectuate the retirement of those members who file an election pursuant to this section at the end of a twenty-year period as against any contributions already made under the twenty-five-year retirement plan, and including the cost of the necessary actuarial reevaluation on account of services rendered prior to the effective date of this chapter.