KANSAS OFFICE of
  REVISOR of STATUTES

  

Home >> Statutes >> Back


Click to open printable format in new window.Printable Format
 | Next

19-2646. Appointment of policemen; powers; oaths; bond. The board of commissioners, city manager, or mayor and council of any city of the second or third class may appoint a policeman or policemen to serve at the pleasure of the appointing authority or for a stated period and for stated hours per day, at such compensation as shall be agreed upon: Provided, That such policeman or policemen shall be residents of the county in which said city is located or of an adjoining county of this state: Provided, That in commission cities and mayor-council cities the mayor may make temporary appointments hereunder, but such appointments shall in no case extend beyond the next regular, adjourned or special meeting of the commission or council unless confirmed by a majority of the commission or council. Such policeman shall have the powers of assistant marshal or policeman, after having taken the oath or oaths as required by statute and the giving of bond if a bond be required. All such appointments shall be in writing and a copy filed in the office of the city clerk.

History: L. 1951, ch. 235, ยง 3; June 30.

Attorney General's Opinions:

Notice of adjourned, recessed or continued meetings subject to open meetings act. 96-14.


 | Next

LEGISLATIVE COORDINATING COUNCIL
  12/18/2023 Meeting Notice Agenda
  LCC Policies

REVISOR OF STATUTES
  2023 New, Amended and Repealed by KSA
  2023 New, Amended and Repealed by Bill
  2024 Valid Section Numbers
  Chapter 72 Statute Transfer List
  Kansas School Equity & Enhancement Act
  Gannon v. State
  Information for Special Session 2021
  General Info., Legal Analysis & Research
  2022 Amended & Repealed Statutes
  2021 Amended & Repealed Statutes
  2020 Amended & repealed Statutes
  2019 Amended & Repealed Statutes

USEFUL LINKS
Session Laws

OTHER LEGISLATIVE SITES
Kansas Legislature
Administrative Services
Division of Post Audit
Research Department