Up for approval by the city Monday is an ordinance to amend a portion of City Code — in compliance with state law — regarding limited municipal regulation of pawnshops and pawnbrokers not already pre-empted by state law.

Up for approval by the city Monday is an ordinance to amend a portion of City Code — in compliance with state law — regarding limited municipal regulation of pawnshops and pawnbrokers not already pre-empted by state law.

Topics in the amended language include state licensing, regulatory fees and hours of operation.

In other business, an agreement may be made with eFORCE Software for professional services related to records management software (RMS) and computer-aided dispatch (CAD) for the Shawnee Police Department.

“The FBI mandates the reporting of crimes by law enforcement; the FBI has mandated that all law enforcement agencies move from UCR (Uniformed Crime Reporting) to NIBRS (National Incident Based Reporting System),” Police Chief Mason Wilson said. “All law enforcement agencies must be NIBRS compliant by Jan. 1, 2021.”

Wilson said the department has two systems that must become NIBRS compliant.

“The time-consuming part of this process is migrating historical data from the UCR software to the NIBRS software,” he said. “The migration process can take months.”

Commissioners will hear a presentation from Lisa Wells, executive director for Pioneer Library System, regarding the Pioneer Library System's annual report.

The only items set for the Municipal Authority and Airport Authority are to approve the minutes from the last meetings.

The 6 p.m. meeting will take place Monday in the Bertha Ann Young City Commission Chambers at City Hall, at 16 W. 9th St.