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Article 11D - Department of Central Police Services - Code


Section 11-D-01 Department established.
  11-D-02 Commissioner; powers and duties.
  11-D-03 Board of trustees.

Section 11 D 01 Department established. There shall be a department of central police services as established by the Erie county charter.

Section 11 D 02 Commissioner; powers and duties. There shall be a commissioner of central police services to be appointed and with powers and duties pursuant to provisions of the Erie county charter.

Section 11 D 03 Board of trustees. There shall be a department of central police services board of trustees as established by the Erie county charter. Members of the board of trustees except the three ex officio members shall be selected for two year terms, except that the first designee of the county executive and the first designee of the chairman of the Erie county legislature are to be selected for one year terms. The initial terms shall be deemed as commencing on January first, nineteen hundred seventy three, regardless of the date of appointment. Any designated member may be designated for additional terms. Any designated member chosen to fill a vacancy created otherwise than by expiration of term shall be designated for the unexpired term of the member he is to succeed.

There shall be an initial organizational meeting of the board of trustees held during January of each year at which a chair, vice chair and secretary shall be elected from among its members by a majority vote of a quorum consisting of at least four members, this same number to constitute a quorum for conduct of any business at meetings of the board of trustees. The chair, vice chair and secretary shall serve for a term of one year.
Amended by Local Law No. 4-1999.
Article 11 D Added by Local Law No. 1 1973.