Police Sample Clauses

Police. – The City’s Police Department will provide protection and law enforcement services.
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Police. All functions that require a police officer as determined by the Chief of Police or his/her designee will require an hourly charge with a four (4) hour minimum per police officer. This includes the entire time the police officer is on duty, including pre and post function hours as required.
Police. Chief Nichols had no report, but he handed out a statistics sheet.
Police. – The act of inspecting an area and identifying areas in need of cleaning.
Police. If police are called to the unit, due to misconduct by you, the Lessees, or any guest of yours, you will have ten (10) days to vacate.
Police. All Development Fees collected under the category of Police, as set forth in the table above, shall be for the design, permitting, construction, equipping and/or maintenance of police facilities as provided in Section XII(B). The City agrees, upon notification from Owner, Developer, or Subsequent Developer, as applicable, to take such action as necessary to implement a Municipal Improvement District to provide a method for funding and financing the agreed upon costs of the Police Site facilities required under this Agreement. The City’s agreement to create a Municipal Improvement District is conditioned on: (i) receipt by the City of the notice from the Owner, Developer, and/or Subsequent Developer, as applicable, prior to the sale of the first Residential Dwelling Unit within the Project; (ii) agreement among the Owner, Developer and/or Developer, as applicable, and the City on the terms and conditions for the imposition of assessments for policefacilities; (iii) the bond financing being non-recourse as to the City; and (iv) arrangements suitable to the City being made to guarantee completion of the construction of the police facilities. The purpose of creating a Municipal Improvement District for police facilities is to provide an alternative way of raising one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) in principal proceeds (as adjusted by the Annual Adjustment Factor) required to be paid by Developer as provided in Section XII(B)(2), plus the cost of the Police Site. Monies from the Municipal Improvement District shall be used for payment of the costs of designing, permitting constructing and equipping the Police Site improvements and facilities related thereto or for payment of the police portion of the acquisition and improvements to a Combined Public Facility site If Municipal Improvement District or special assessment district is created and funded, then the City shall cause the design, permitting, construction and equipping of the facility upon funding of the MID bonds to the extent the funds allow. Nothing herein shall preclude the submission of a design/build proposal by the Owner, Developer, and/or Subsequent Developer, at the sole discretion and request of the City, which complies with the procurement requirements of the City. Upon the funding of the One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00)(as adjusted) and the cost of the land through a Municipal Improvement District , no Police Development Fees shall be payable with respect to the issuance of building permi...
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Police. Guards shall work up to nine (9) continuous hours without overtime, but they shall be paid a shift premium of six (6) per cent for all hours worked during the afternoon shift (3:00 p.m.-12:00 midnight) and a shift premium of twelve (12) per cent for all hours worked during the graveyard shift (12:00 midnight and 9:00 a.m.) 12.9 Schedule ‘B’ Parks and Recreation – Hours of Work (a) All Schedule ‘B’ Parks and Recreation employees whose regular work week is other than Monday to Friday inclusive may be required to work any four (4) consecutive days, followed by three (3) consecutive days of rest, save and except the third (3rd) day off can be varied by mutual agreement without overtime payment, with the exception of part-time employees, who shall work five (5) days per week. See Letter of Understanding (Article 37). (b) All time worked in excess of seven hours ten minutes (7 hours 10 minutes) shall be paid at the overtime rates, or when changes to the work week schedule are necessary, four (4) days of rest shall be provided during the fourteen (14) days immediately following the change of shift. Any regular rest day which may be lost by this provision shall be added to the annual vacation entitlement of the employee or taken consecutive to annual vacation. 2005/2008(c) If it is required by statute or regulation that a staff member who is the holder of a current Refrigeration Operator’s Certification be present in the Leisure Centre Complex/Arena, the parties agree that the Facilities Maintenance Worker 3 position may commence work on the day shift as early as 5:00 a.m. without the employer incurring overtime. 2005/2008(d) If this start time is required in accordance with the conditions in Article 12.9(c) above, the shift shall be on a continuous basis from the date the shift is implemented, during such times as there is ice in the facility. 1999/200112.10 Shifts Schedule B – Parks and RecreationFor the purpose of establishing shifts and work schedules for Schedule ‘B’ employees of Parks and Recreation, the Parties hereby agree that: 1994/1995(a) Day Shift – shall be between 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (b) Afternoon Shift – shall be between 3:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. (c) Graveyard Shift – shall be between 11:30 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. 2002/2004 (d) Premium pay for Afternoon and Graveyard Shifts shall be as in Article 12.8(f) and (g) above.1999/2001(e) Weekday Work Schedule – shall be any four (4) consecutive days between Monday and Friday inclusive. 1999/2001 (f) Weekend Wor...
Police. Guards the day shift shall be any hours worked between 9:00a.m. and 3:00 p.m., the afternoon shift shall be any hours worked between 3:00 p.m. and 12:00 midnight and the graveyard shift shall beany hours worked between 12:00 midnight and 9:00 a.m. 2002/20042005/2008
Police. Impact Fees. The Developer shall pay the park impact fee associated with the Project to the City in accordance with Article XVII of the Land Development Regulations. Fee. The Developer shall pay the police impact fee associated with the Project to the City in accordance with Article XVIII of the Land Development Regulations (2017).