A. For purposes of this section, the word “probationer” means any person who after conviction of violation of an ordinance of the city or a law of the state has been placed on probation in connection with the suspension or deferral of sentence by either a district court of this county, municipal court or the superior court.
B. Whenever a police officer shall have probable cause to believe that a probationer, prior to the termination of probation, is in such police officer’s presence, violating or failing to comply with any requirement or restriction imposed by the court as a condition of such probation, such officer may cause the probationer to be brought before the court wherein sentence was deferred or suspended, and for such purpose such police officer may arrest such probationer without warrant or other process. (Ord. 1911 § 2, 2003).