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The City of Titusville, Florida / Police / Operations / Traffic Enforcement

Traffic Enforcement Unit

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Our citizens have made it clear to us that they want our department to keep our roadways as safe as possible. 

We remain committed to taking an aggressive approach in our traffic enforcement efforts. We continue to use a diversified approach in promoting safe driving, increasing seatbelt usage, and arresting impaired drivers. Our traffic officers use both "slick-top" cars with subdued graphics and un-marked vehicles for traffic enforcement. 

Although every officer takes an active role in enforcing traffic laws and crash investigations during their shift, TPD recognizes the importance of having a specially trained group of officers assigned full-time to traffic enforcement.


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 Questions about citations: To find out the name of an officer that issued a citation, contact our Records Section, (321) 264-7800, Monday through Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm. Contact the Clerk of Courts, (321) 264-5350, regarding the fine amount.

Child Restraint Law: Children five years of age or younger are required to be secured by a properly used, crash tested, Federally approved child restraint device. Children aged through three must use a separate carrier or a vehicle manufacture's integrated child seat. Children aged four through five can use a separate carrier, an integrated child seat or a seat belt.

Motorcycle Helmet Law: A person over 21 years of age may operate or ride upon a motorcycle without wearing protective headgear securely fastened upon his or her head if such person is covered by an insurance policy providing for at least $10,000 in medical benefits for injuries incurred as a result of a crash while operating or riding on a motorcycle.

Moped Helmet Law: A person under 16 years of age may not operate or ride upon a moped unless the person is properly wearing protective headgear securely fastened upon his or her head which complies with Federal Motorcycle Vehicle Safety Standard 218 promulgated by the United States Department of Transportation.

Seat Belt Law: To operate a motor vehicle in this state each passenger of the vehicle under the age of 18 years must be restrained by a safety belt or a child restraint device. It is unlawful for any person 18 years of age or older to be a passenger in the front seat of a motor vehicle unless such person is restrained by a safety belt when the vehicle is in motion.

P. O. Box 2806, (32781-2806) - 555 S. Washington Avenue - Titusville, FL 32796 - Phone: (321) 567-3775 - Fax: (321) 383-5704 - Site by Project A