Cross Reference — As to chief of police, also see §§105.590 — 105.670
[Ord. No. 30 §1, no date]
The Board of Aldermen has the power to hire men residing outside the City limits of City of Lake Ozark, Missouri, for City Policemen, due to the lack of availability of Police personnel within the City.
[Ord. No. 28 §§1 — 2, 4-18-1967]
All Law Enforcement Officers of the Federal, State, County or any other Law Enforcement Officers so designated, are hereby and herein given the authority to enforce all ordinances of the City of Lake Ozark.
All of such Law Enforcement Officers designated herein, upon the request of the Chief of Police or any member of the Board of Aldermen, shall enforce or assist in the enforcement of all ordinances of the City of Lake Ozark, under the supervision of the Chief of Police of the City of Lake Ozark.
[Ord. No. 89-10 §1, 5-23-1989]
The City of Lake Ozark, Missouri, shall contract with other political subdivisions for the formation of a major case squad as provided in Sections 70.815, 70.820, and 70.835, RSMo., said agreement being on file in the City offices and by reference, made a part of this Section, is approved and the Mayor is authorized to execute said agreement on behalf of the City binding the City to the terms thereof.
[Ord. No. 93-24 §§1 — 3, 12-14-1993; Ord. No. 98-20 §1, 7-28-1998]
The Chief of Police is hereby authorized, but not directed, to accept prisoners from other law enforcement agencies for temporary custody, said temporary custody not to exceed a consecutive period of seventy-two (72) hours.
Any other agency housing prisoners at the City of Lake Ozark Jail in accordance with this Section shall pay to the City of Lake Ozark the sum of forty dollars ($40.00) per day for each prisoner so housed.
The acceptance of any prisoner shall be subject to the discretion of the Chief of Police of the City of Lake Ozark who shall be authorized to promulgate regulations as to the type of prisoners which may or may not be accepted for temporary housing.
[Ord. No. 94-14 §§1 — 2, 9-13-1994; Ord. No. 98-8 §§1 — 3, 3-10-1998]
The owner of any private alarm system which causes more than three (3) false alarms in any thirty (30) day period which requires response by the Police Department of the City of Lake Ozark shall be liable to the City of Lake Ozark for a charge of fifty dollars ($50.00) for each such false alarm in excess of three (3) during said thirty (30) day period.
Any such charges which are not paid within thirty (30) days of the billing therefore shall be deemed delinquent and shall constitute a lien upon the property upon which said alarm system is located, said lien to commence upon the filing of a Notice of Lien in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of the County in which said property may be located.
The Chief of Police shall have the authority to waive such charges when he/she determines said charges are caused by Acts of God.
[Ord. No. 99-10 §1, 5-25-1999]
No person shall taunt, torment, tease, strike, interfere with, endanger, injure or kill or administer or subject any desensitizing drugs, chemicals or substance to any dog used by a Law Enforcement Officer in the performance of his duties, or when the dog is placed in a kennel or any enclosure while off duty.
This Section shall not apply to authorized care administered by a validly licensed veterinarian.
[Ord. No. 63 §§1 — 5, 4-6-1970]
No person, association, or group of persons shall follow any firefighting vehicles or equipment while said vehicles are either sounding their sirens or bells, or have illuminated their emergency lights.
No person, association, or group of persons shall stand, congregate, assemble, loiter, or sit at or near any fire which is being extinguished by private or public firefighting authorities.
No person, association, or group of persons shall in any way obstruct the vehicular traffic at or near the scene of any fire which endangers the public welfare.
No person, association, or group of persons shall refuse to obey the reasonable commands of any firefighting official or Law Enforcement Official at the scene of any fire that endangers the public welfare.