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OPERATIONS BUREAU

CAPTAIN JOHNANDERSON – BUREAU COMMANDER

                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Operations Bureau is comprised of Uniformed Police Officers,Community Service Aides, Traffic Enforcement/ Motors Officers, Animal Control Officers, K-9 Unit, and School Resource Officers. Uniformed Police Officers are central to all police duties. They are responsible for crime prevention, crime suppression, traffic enforcement and for safeguarding the general safety and welfare of the community. In addition, they are the first line of defense for our citizens as well as being first responders. The Operations Bureau operates two(2) platoons and one (1) Traffic Enforcement Division. Each Uniform Platoon is commanded by a Lieutenant who reports directly to the bureau commander(Captain).

1 Captain

3 Lieutenants

1 Administrative Coordinator

Denise Kelly Administrative Coordinator

> Executive Assistant to the Bureau Commander

> Accounts Payable/Special Events Billing

> Parking Citations/Subpoenas/Training Arrangements

  Lieutenant  Tim Hughes

1st  Platoon Command

 

                              1 –Lieutenant

2 – Sergeants

2 - Corporals

12– Officers

2 – Officer Handlers – 2 Dogs

 

           Sgt. Jason Floryance and Sgt.  David Stimpson

The 1st Platoon of the Operations Bureau is staffed by one (1) full time Lieutenant,two (2) Sergeants, two (2) Corporals and fourteen (14) Patrol Officers that have the responsibility for patrol services,crime prevention and enforcement services.

 

Canine Unit:

2 – Officer Handlers

Canine Officers enhance the Operations Bureau’s capabilities and improve the likelihood of an immediate apprehension of a suspect while reducing the safety risks to officers.  A full (dual) and single service dog is assigned to each platoon.  Our full(dual) service dogs are trained for suspect apprehension, building searches,narcotics and tracking.  Our single service dogs are trained for narcotics work and tracking of lost or missing persons.  

 

Lieutenant  Nick Mathis

2nd  Platoon Command

 

1 – Lieutenant

2 – Sergeants

2 - Corporals

12 – Officers

2 – Officer Handlers – 2 Dogs

 

Sgt. Justin  Allen and Sgt. Matthew Whittier

The 2nd Platoon of the Operations Bureau is staffed by one (1) full time Lieutenant,two (2) Sergeants, two (2) Corporals and fourteen (14) Patrol Officers that have the responsibility for patrol services,crime prevention and enforcement services.

 

Canine Unit:

2 – Officer Handlers

Canine Officers enhance the Operations Bureau’s capabilities and improve the likelihood of an immediate apprehension of a suspect while reducing the safety risks to officers.  

Lieutenant  Mike Quinn

Traffic  Enforcement Division

 1 –Lieutenant

3 – Motors Officers

2 – School Resource Officers

4 – Civilian Community Service Aides

1 – Civilian Parking Enforcement Officer

3 - Civilian Animal Services Employees

 

The Traffic Enforcement Division of the Operations Bureau is staffed by one (1) full time Lieutenant, two (3) Motors Officers, two (2) School Resource Officers, one (1)Civilian Parking Enforcement Officer, four (4) Community Service Aides, and four (4) Animal Services civilian employees. The Traffic Enforcement Division has the responsibility for motors,School Resource Officers, animal control, parking enforcement, community service aides and special event traffic control.

 

Motors Unit:

3- Officers

The Traffic Enforcement/Motors Unit Officers are responsible for proactively enforcing traffic laws and performing traffic safety awareness campaigns. The Motors Unit is responsible for the traffic issues and concerns relating to the safe and the expeditious flow of traffic, roadway parking, school crossing safety, neighborhood selective traffic enforcement action and traffic crashes, the severity of which range from minor property damage to those involving a fatality. Motors Unit officers are certified Traffic Homicide Investigators and are required to complete a THI investigation following a vehicle collision resulting in a fatality. They enforce the law sand regulations governing vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian movement within the City limits. Unit officers regularly assist citizens who present them with requests to deal with violations such as speeding or cut-through traffic in their respective neighborhoods.

 

SRO Unit:

2 - Officers

School Resource Officers are school based law enforcement officers, working as partners with school administrators to protect students, school faculty and staff at the schools where they are assigned.

 

Community Service Aides:

4 - Civilians

Community Service Aides handle certain types of non-emergency calls for service that are traditionally assigned to sworn officers. This allows the officers to have more non-committed time to work on problem solving needs. The CSA’s duties include fingerprinting citizens, taking reports from citizens on minor incidents that do not require a sworn officer to respond and directing traffic at crash scenes.

 

Animal Control Unit:

1 – Civilian Animal Services Administrator

1 – Civilian Animal Control Officer

2 – Part-time Kennel Workers

The Animal Control Officers investigate and complete incident reports on all animal related calls for service. They enforce the City of DeLand ordinances pertaining to animals and complete a complaint affidavit or notice to appear if applicable. This unit is responsible for reducing the number of dogs and cats euthanized at the Humane Societies through a pro-active approach in locating the owners of any stray animals picked up. The ACU is also responsible for managing the City of DeLand Second Chance kennel which is a temporary housing facility for lost or abandoned dogs.    

 

Parking Enforcement Unit:

1 – Civilian Parking Enforcement Officer

This position enforces City regulations pertaining to the parking of motor vehicles. The employee monitors parking areas and issues parking citations as needed.They report any safety concerns or hazard conditions to supervisor. The Parking Enforcement Officer installs Denver Boots (Immobilization Device) on vehicles with numerous outstanding citations.

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