154-8 POLICE DEPARTMENT AS AGENT FOR FORBIDDING TRESPASSING
Any owner of real property within the Town of Front Royal may designate in writing that the Front Royal Police Department and any of its officers and patrolmen shall be a "person lawfully in charge of the property" for the purpose of forbidding other persons to go or remain upon specifically designated property of the owner as provided for in Section 154-1 of the Front Royal Municipal Code and Section 18.2-119 of the Code of Virginia (1950), as amended. Such written designation shall be made in the following manner:
A. The Front Royal Police Department shall publish a written designation form containing the owner's name, address, home and work telephone numbers, the address, tax map, and any other pertinent description of the real property about which the Front Royal Police Department is to be designated as the "person lawfully in charge of the property", the names of any specific individual(s) who the Front Royal Police Department is authorized to forbid to go or remain upon such designated property, any other conditions or circumstances upon which the Front Royal Police Department is authorized to forbid any person(s) not specifically named in advance from going or remaining on such designated property, and the duration of the authorization the Front Royal Police Department to act as such person lawfully in charge of the property.
B. The Front Royal Police Department shall maintain all such written designations in a permanent file or notebook, which shall be available to any interested person for viewing or copying upon reasonable request.
C. The Front Royal Police Department shall create a "Notice Not to Trespass" which will advise persons in writing not to go or remain upon specifically designated real property as authorized in this section.
D. Each officer or patrolmen in the Front Royal Police Department shall be issued an updated list of such designated properties, specifically named individuals, and conditions and circumstances, and written Notices Not to Trespass to serve on persons subject to this ordinance.
E. No person shall be forbidden to go or remain on the real property of another or to be prosecuted therefore if such person is able to produce written consent of the owner of a property for such person to go or remain thereon.
(Ord. 15-02 Added Entire Section 8-12-02-Effective Upon Passage)