Deputy Chief Todd Hutchinson oversees the Titusville Police Department’s Operations Bureau, which includes the Patrol Division and Investigations Division. Todd has been with the Titusville Police Department for 27 years.
Relocating to Titusville in 1994 from his native Boston, Massachusetts, Todd served as the department’s first full-time Public Information Officer in 2004. He went on to serve as a Sergeant and then a Lieutenant in Patrol, a Major in Administration, and a Commander in Professional Standards.
Todd holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from the Florida Institute of Technology. He obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Warner University, and an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice from Eastern Florida College (BCC).
Todd is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy, 240th Session in Quantico, Virginia; Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE's) Leadership Academy, Tallahassee, Florida; FBI LEEDS session #79, and The FBI LEEDA Command Institute Session 21.
He has also been a volunteer board member with the Titusville Police Youth Foundation (PAL) for over 12 years, overseeing numerous community initiatives to include the department’s Annual Shop with a Cop and National Night Out events. Todd has volunteered as a coach at the Indian River City Little League, YMCA flag football, Titusville Youth Soccer, and Titusville PAL.
Todd currently serves on the Board of Directors for the City of Titusville’s Police and Fire Pension Board.
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