It shall be the duty of all the officers of the City to report annually to the Board of Aldermen, such reports to embrace a full statement of the receipts and expenditures of their respective offices and such other matters as may be required by the Board of Aldermen by ordinance, resolution or otherwise.
The Mayor or Board of Aldermen shall have power, as often as he/she or they may deem it necessary, to require any officer of the City to exhibit his/her accounts or other papers or records and to make report to the Board of Aldermen, in writing, touching any matter relating to his/her office.
[Ord. No. 1687 §§1 — 6, 3-7-2006]
This Section is enacted pursuant to Section 43.535, RSMo., to regulate the employment of those engaged in Fire protection and Police protection for the City of Versailles, Missouri.
An applicant, employee or volunteer seeking to engage as a Fireman or Policeman shall submit a set of his/her fingerprints taken by the Police Department to the City of Versailles, along with appropriate fees.
Upon receipt of the fingerprints and the appropriate fees, the City of Versailles will transmit both sets of fingerprints and appropriate fees to the State Identification Bureau. The State Identification Bureau will compare the subject's fingerprints against its criminal file and:
If no disqualifying conduct is found therein,
If necessary, submit the fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a comparison with nationwide records. The results of the Federal Bureau of Investigation check will be returned to the State Identification Bureau, which will disseminate the State and national results to the City of Versailles.
If an employer or organization is a private entity, the City of Versailles shall render a fitness determination based upon the results of the criminal background check and communicate its fitness determination to such private employer or organization. If an employer or organization is a public entity, the City of Versailles shall:
In rendering a fitness determination, the City of Versailles will decide whether the record subject has been convicted of (or is under pending indictment for):
A record subject may request and receive a copy of his/her criminal history record information from the City of Versailles. Should the record subject seek to amend or correct his/her records, he/she must contact the Missouri Identification Bureau for a Missouri State record or the Federal Bureau of Investigation for records from other jurisdictions maintained in its file.