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67C.315 Application to chief, assistant chief, and officers above the rank of captain.

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    Page 1 of 1 67C.315 Application to chief, assistant chief, and officers above the rank of captain. (1) The provisions of KRS 67C.303, 67C.305, 67C.307, 67C.309, and 67C.319 shall not apply to the chief of police, assistant chief, and any officers above the rank of
    captain of the consolidated local government police force. These officers shall be
    appointed by the mayor and shall not be considered covered under the employment
    protections of the merit board, except as provided in subsection (2) of this section. (2) Any officer originally covered by the provisions of KRS 67C.303, 67C.305, 67C.307, and 67C.309 who shall accept an appointment and qualify as chief of
    police, assistant chief of police, or officer above the rank of captain shall be deemed
    to have received a leave of absence from the classified service for and during his or
    her service in either of these respective positions. Should any chief of police,
    assistant chief of police, or officer above the rank of captain cease to serve in that
    capacity, he or she shall be restored to the same classification and rank which he or
    she held prior to the appointment without loss of seniority in grade. Any person not
    covered by the provisions of KRS 67C.303, 67C.305, 67C.307, and 67C.309 when
    appointed to the position of chief of police, assistant chief of police, or officer
    above the rank of captain shall not be deemed to be part of the classified service and
    shall not be placed in any classification or rank in the classified service when he or
    she ceases to serve in that position unless he or she goes through the normal
    qualification and classification procedures required by the board. Effective: March 18, 2003
    History: Amended 2003 Ky. Acts ch. 118, sec. 6, effective March 18, 2003. -- Created 2002 Ky. Acts ch. 339, sec. 8, effective July 15, 2002.

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