(1) The chief of police and all city police officers shall have all the powers of arrest permitted a peace officer under the laws of the state.
(2) The chief of police and all police officers shall perform such duties as may be required by the Charter of the city, the provisions of this Code or directives of the city manager.
(3) A community service officer shall perform such duties as may be required by the charter of the city, the provisions of this code, or directions of the city manager. A community service officer shall have the authority to enforce all parking, vehicle storage, noise disturbance provisions of sections 4.080 and 4.083 of this code, and animal regulations permitted under the laws of this state and city by issuance of a citation, but is not authorized to arrest. A community service officer shall have the same authority as a police officer when directing traffic on the streets or public thoroughfares of the city.
(4) No person shall fail to obey a lawful order, signal or direction of a community service officer while such individual is engaged in any of the duties pursuant to the provisions of subsection (3) of this section and is wearing an authorized insignia or uniform.