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MATTERS AFFECTING PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEESSUBTITLE A. MUNICIPAL CIVIL SERVICE FOR FIREFIGHTERS AND POLICE OFFICERSSUBCHAPTER A.
(a) The purpose of this chapter is to secure efficient fire and police departments composed of capable personnel who are free from political influence and who have permanent employment tenure as public servants.(b) The members of the Fire Fighters' and Police Officers' Civil Service Commission shall administer this chapter in accordance with this purpose.
Any subsequent election must be held at the next general municipal election that occurs after the petition is filed.(e) If the governing body of a municipality that has operated under this chapter for at least one year receives a petition requesting an election to repeal this chapter that is signed by at least 10 percent of the qualified voters of the municipality, the governing body shall order an election submitting to the voters the question on whether this chapter should be repealed.
(a) This chapter applies only to a municipality:(1) that:(A) has a population of 10,000 or more;(B) has a paid fire department or police department; and(C) has voted to adopt this chapter or the law codified by this chapter; or(2) whose election to adopt this chapter and whose acts subsequent to that election were validated by the law enacted by House Bill 822, Acts of the 73rd Legislature, Regular Session, 1993.(b) Population under Subsection (a)(1) is determined by the most recent:(1) federal decennial census; or(2) annual population estimate provided by the state demographer under Chapter 468, Government Code, if that estimate is more recent than the most recent federal decennial census.(c) If this chapter applies to a municipality as provided by Subsection (a), the application of this chapter to the municipality is not affected if the municipality's population changes and the municipality no longer meets the population requirement of Subsection (a)(1).
The term:(A) applies only to an employee of a fire department whose position requires substantial knowledge of fire fighting and who has met the requirements for certification by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection under Chapter 419, Government Code, including an employee who performs:(i) fire suppression;(ii) fire prevention;(iii) fire training;(iv) fire safety education;(v) fire maintenance;(vi) fire communications;(vii) fire medical emergency technology;(viii) fire photography;(ix) fire administration; or(x) fire arson investigation; and(B) does not apply to a secretary, clerk, budget analyst, custodial engineer, or other administrative employee.(5) "Police officer" means a member of a police department or other peace officer who was appointed in substantial compliance with this chapter or who is entitled to civil service status under Section 143.005, 143.084, or 143.103.
If a majority of the votes received in the election are in favor of adoption of this chapter, the governing body shall implement this chapter.(d) If an election is held under Subsection (b), a petition for a subsequent election to be held under that subsection may not be filed for at least one year after the date the previous election was held.
The election must be held on the first authorized uniform election date prescribed by Chapter 41, Election Code, that occurs after the petition is filed and that allows sufficient time to comply with other requirements of law.(c) The ballot shall be printed to provide for voting for or against the proposition: "Adoption of the fire fighters' and police officers' civil service law." However, this chapter may be adopted to apply only to the fire or police department, and in that case, the ballot shall be printed to reflect the department that would be covered by this chapter.
In this chapter:(1) "Commission" means the Fire Fighters' and Police Officers' Civil Service Commission.(2) "Department head" means the chief or head of a fire or police department or that person's equivalent, regardless of the name or title used.(3) "Director" means the director of fire fighters' and police officers' civil service.(4) "Fire fighter" means a member of a fire department who was appointed in substantial compliance with this chapter or who is entitled to civil service status under Section 143.005 or 143.084.
If a majority of the qualified voters vote to repeal this chapter, this chapter is void in that municipality.