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The City of Titusville, Florida / Police / Administration / PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS DIVISION / Training SectionTraining Section
The Training Section is responsible for locating, coordinating, registering, and tracking all of the outside training that TPD's 130+ employees receive. Titusville's employees also receive the benefit of quarterly training from our in-house instructors. Some of that training is state mandated with timelines and deadlines and it is all organized in one office.
Titusville has gained a reputation for hosting interesting, valuable, and hard to find training from across the country. TPD has established itself as a preferred training site for organizations such as the FBI, Franklin Covey, Florida SWAT Association, and others. Classes have attracted students from all over Florida, and even distant locations including Georgia, Kansas, Oregon, Ohio, Canada, and Africa!
In addition to department in-service training, the State of Florida requires that each police officer attend 40 hours of career development training every four years. The 40 hours must include eight hours of Human Diversity training, four hours of training in Domestic Violence and four hours of training in Juvenile Sexual Offenders.
The Titusville Police Department maintains a state of the art training facility. This training facility provides:
- LCD Projector
- Wide Viewing Screen
- Wireless Microphone
- Computer Projector Interface
- Video Cassette Recorder
- Cassette Audio Recorder
- Surround Sound Audio
- High Speed Internet Access
- Document Viewer
- Smart Touch Audio Visual System
- Two Ceiling Mounted Televisions
- Training Room is 1554 Square Feet
- Room for 100 Students Seated
- Room for 60 Students at Desks
- Room may be divided
- Easy Access to Rest Rooms and Break Room
- Padded Mats are also available
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