Borough of Middletown, PA
Dauphin County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Middletown 12-12-1960 by Ord. No. 406, approved 1-5-1961. Amendments noted where applicable.]

Police Pension Plan — See Ch. 55.

§ 60-1
Establishment and supervision. 

§ 60-2
Department regulations. 

§ 60-3
Subordinate classifications. 

§ 60-4

§ 60-5
Authority to appoint special policemen. 

§ 60-1 Establishment and supervision.

The existing Police Department is hereby recognized and reestablished in and for the Borough of Middletown. The Chief of Police shall be the Chief Executive of the Police Department. He shall, under the direction of the Mayor, be in charge of the police force and have supervision over its members in the exercise of their powers, duties and authority.

§ 60-2 Department regulations.

[Added 3-19-1979 by Ord. No. 743, approved 3-19-1979]

The Middletown Police Department regulations of February 1975 are hereby approved. It is (severably) provided that such approval relates back to 1975, when first approved.

§ 60-3 Subordinate classifications.

[Amended 2-9-1976 by Ord. No. 681, approved 2-9-1976; 4-12-1982 by Ord. No. 814, approved 4-12-1982]

Subordinate to the Chief of Police, in the Police Department, the following classifications are recognized and established: sergeants, corporals, patrolmen, part-time patrolmen, detective sergeants and detectives. The number of persons to serve in each subordinate classification, on a full-time or a part-time basis, and the compensation of each shall be as determined by the Borough Council from time to time.

§ 60-4 (Reserved)

Editor's Note: Former § 60-4, Police Secretary, added 2-4-1985 by Ord. No. 889, approved 2-4-1985, was repealed 1-5-1987 by Ord. No. 933, approved 1-5-1987.

§ 60-5 Authority to appoint special policemen.

Nothing herein contained shall affect the authority of the Mayor to appoint special policemen.