Violations of policy that do not include moderate or major violations.
Example: 3 or more missed tows within a 3-month period, rude behavior to citizens or officers, failure to properly clean an accident cite, knowingly accepting a tow given in error.
4. Notice of repair: 10-day warning notice.
Example: Signage, vehicle equipment, barbed wire damage, driver infractions, tow truck violations that can be repaired within a short period of time, etc.
Failure to come into compliance within 10-days will result in suspension until the infraction is corrected.
CHPD reserves the right to conduct immediate suspensions based on the severity of all violations.
Following three (3) months of continuous compliant behavior, violations will be removed and suspension scale will begin again. Compliant behavior time does not include periods during suspensions.
Any company who is removed by the CHPD from the approved list of two service providers may request a hearing on the decision to remove or suspend, in writing, to the Police Chief or his designee, within ten (10) business days of the notice provided by CHPD. Results of the hearing will be delivered to the tow company within ten (10) business days following the date of the hearing.
Upon receipt of the hearing results, the tow company may appeal the decision to the City Manager’s office. The appeal must be made in writing within ten (10) business days of the results notification.
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