CITIES AND TOWNS - COUNCIL - CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION - REQUIREMENT OF RESIDENCE FOR FIREMEN AND POLICEMEN - ESTABLISHMENT OF MANDATORY RETIREMENT AGE FOR PERSON NOT IN RETIREMENT SYSTEM
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- COUNCIL ‑- CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION ‑- REQUIREMENT OF RESIDENCE FOR FIREMEN AND POLICEMEN ‑- ESTABLISHMENT OF MANDATORY RETIREMENT AGE FOR PERSON NOT IN RETIREMENT SYSTEM 1. Chapter 95, Laws of 1963, does not authorize a city by ordinance, or its civil service commission by rule, to require a fireman or policeman to maintain residence within the city as a condition of employment.2. A city by ordinance or the civil service commission by rule may, with qualifications, set a mandatory retirement age for employees having civil service status but who are not members of any retirement system at the time said ordinance or rule, if enacted or adopted, becomes effective.
CITIES AND TOWNS - POLICE - CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
AUTHORITY TO INVESTIGATE PERFORMANCE OF INDIVIDUAL OFFICER A police civil service commission does not have statutory authority under chapter 41.12 RCW to investigate allegations of misconduct in the performance of police duties made by a citizen against an individual police officer.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - SHERIFF - CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION - DISMISSAL OF PROBATIONER BY APPOINTING AUTHORITY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - SHERIFF - CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION - DISMISSAL OF PROBATIONER BY APPOINTING AUTHORITY (1) The sheriff as appointing authority under Initiative No. 23 who dismisses a probationer is not required to notify the civil service commission of the basis for the dismissal. (2) A probationer who has been dismissed does not have the right to have his dismissal reviewed by the civil service commission.