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Front Cover for Titusville Police Department 2018 Annual Report

Titusville Police Department 2018 Annual Report



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Photos of officers interacting with the community 
Titusville Police Officers Interacting with the Community

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Shirt with the Logo "Lives on the Line"

Table of Contents

MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF
7       MISSION STATEMENT, INTRODUCTION, PURPOSE, & SCOPE
8-9    DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY
10-11 STAFFING
12-13 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
14-17 ACCOUNTING & BUDGETING – BUDGET – GRANTS – CAPITAL        OUTLAY
18-19 LOGISTICS – OFFICER’S STANDARD ISSUED EQUIPMENT & COSTS
20     FLEET & VEHICLES
21     FORFEITURES & SEIZURES – REVENUES & PURCHASES
22-23 ACCREDITATION
24-25 PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS – EARs, USE OF FORCE, &  IAs
26-27 PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS – FIELD INTERVIEW CARDS & TRAFFIC           STOPS
28-31 TRAINING – BUDGET & HOURS – CONDUCTED – ON-GOING
32     TRAINING - SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS
33     RECRUITMENT
34-37 RECORDS – CRIME – ARRESTS – ADULTS & JUVENILES
38-39 INVESTIGATIONS – CRIMINAL & SPECIAL
40-43 COMMUNICATIONS – PHONE CALL ACTIVITY – CAD CALLS
44-45 PATROL – OPERATIONS
46-47 PATROL – TRAFFIC CRASH & ENFORCEMENT ANALYSIS
48-49 PATROL – K-9
50-51 PATROL – SPECIAL WEAPONS & TACTICS (SWAT)
52     VICTIM ADVOCATE SERVICES
53     PROPERTY & EVIDENCE/CRIME SCENE – RETRIEVING PROPERTY
54-55 PROPERTY & EVIDENCE/CRIME SCENE – ITEMS
          RECEIVED/DESTROYED/RETURNED
56-57 CODE ENFORCEMENT – INSPECTIONS/ACTIVITY/COLLECTIONS
58-59 CODE ENFORCEMENT – VIOLATIONS – BUDGET – PERSONNEL        COSTS
60-61 PUBLIC AFFAIRS – SCHOOL OUTREACH
62-63 PUBLIC AFFAIRS – PARADES & PARTNERSHIPS
64-65 PUBLIC AFFAIRS – COMMUNITY OUTREACH
66-67 AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
68-69 RETIREMENTS
 


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TPD Chief John Lau

Message from Titusville Police John Lau

 
On behalf of the men and woman of the Titusville Police Department, I am pleased to present our 2018 annual report. This report provides an overview of our successes and activities this past year.  I would like to thank our team of 150 sworn and civilian personnel for their committed dedication in providing exceptional service and safety to the City of Titusville. 
We work hard daily to provide a high level of customer service while embedding ourselves directly in and with our community to support our mission of, “Promoting Teamwork within our Community”. Integrity, accountability, and transparency are three of the most vital characteristics for a successful police department and our annual report certainly assists us in achieving these goals.
Finally, I would like to thank our community for their continued support in our endeavors as we strive to maintain committed and professional service.  This support makes our jobs extremely rewarding and I am proud to serve alongside each member of our department.
Sincerely,
John R. Lau
 


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Delta rocket on the launch pad.

Mission Statement: Promoting Teamwork within our community.
  

Introduction:

The Titusville Police Department is committed to serving the citizens and visitors of Titusville by providing a superior level of law enforcement services. We partner with our community and strive to maintain the highest level of public safety with the goal of preserving the quality of life expected in the City of Titusville. We strive to be fair, just, and responsive to the needs and feelings of our community and cultivate public trust by respecting individual rights.

Purpose:

The purpose of this report is to provide the citizens of Titusville, the Mayor, City Council, City Manager, Administrators, Employees, and any other interested parties, with a brief summary of the state of the Titusville Police Department and an overview of the department’s activities, interactions, projects, accomplishments, and statistical data for the 2018 calendar year.

Scope:

This annual report contains information about the Titusville Police Department’s emergency responses, non-emergency activities, training, and personnel beginning January 1, 2018, through December 31, 2018, using the best available information at the time of the report’s compilation.
 


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Titusville Police Department Badge

Department Directory

 
Titusville Police Department
1100 John Glenn Boulevard, Titusville, Florida
 
Emergency - 9-1-1
Non-Emergency - (321)264-7801
Main Telephone Number - (321)264-7800
Accreditation Manager - (321)567-3929
Administrative Bureau Commander - (321)567-3948
Chief Lau’s Sr. Administrative Assistant - (321)567-3937
Crime Scene and Evidence  - (321)567-3934
Fiscal Analyst - (321)567-3930
Investigations Division Lieutenant - (321)567-3952
Logistics Coordinator - (321)567-3922
Network Analysts - (321)567-3940
Operations Bureau Deputy Chief - (321)567-3945
Patrol Division Sr. Administrative Assistant - (321)567-3924
Professional Standards (Recruitment/Complaints) - (321)567-3931
Public Affairs Coordinator (Media)  - (321)567-3921
Records (Police Reports) - (321)567-3907
Special Investigations - (321)567-3968
Training Coordinator - (321)567-3958
Victim Advocate  -  (321)567-3941
Volunteer Coordinator - (321)567-3913
 

Florida Commission Law Enforcement Accreditation logo


 
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two officers at a recruiting event.

Staffing

Titusville Police Department Staffing:
137 Full-time Personnel
17 Part-time Personnel
 
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Organizational Chart as of September 2018

 
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Accounting and Budgeting

Quick Fact:
In Fiscal Year 2018/2019, the Titusville Police Department operated with an overall budget of $9,989,200 Personnel
+ $1,608,218 Operating, for a total of $11,597,418.
 


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FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET
ITEM COST
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES $61,300
TRAVEL & PER DIEM $71,994
COMMUNICATION SERVICES $156,250
POSTAGE $6,000
LEASES $17,724
AUTO INSURANCE $17,956
REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SERVICES $926,289
PRINTING & BINDING $6,000
OTHER CHARGES/OBLIGATIONS $1,200
OFFICE SUPPLIES $25,000
OPERATING SUPPLIES $245,300
MEMBERSHIPS $13,105
TRAINING - TUITION $60,100
TOTALS $1,608,218
 

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Accounting and Budgeting

FISCAL YEAR 2018 CAPITAL OUTLAY PURCHASES  
ITEM COST  
Mobile Command Upgrades $18,471  
7 Radio Consoles/75 Handheld Radios $586,401  
 9 TPD Vehicles $442,255  
TOTALS $1,047,127  
FISCAL YEAR 2018 PERSONNEL COSTS
ITEM COST
REGULAR PAY $6,078,002
CONTRACTUAL SALARIES $89,376
OVERTIME $688,595
SPECIAL PAY $78,959
FICA $468,248
RETIREMENT $1,341,138
GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE $1,112,782
PUBLIC SAFETY (WC) $131,100
TOTALS $9,988,200
       
 

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Logistics

Quick Fact:
Body worn cameras are recording devices police officers wear as part of their uniforms to document what they see as they perform their duties.
Body cameras are useful because they create a real-time, permanent record of what happens during encounters between police officers and citizens.
The technology can be very costly. Equipping a small department with cameras can cost several thousands of dollars. Training, video storage and transfer are additional cost to the agency.


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OFFICER’S STANDARD ISSUED EQUIPMENT AND COST ASSOCIATED
2018
ITEM COST ITEM COST
ASP HOLDER $43.00 LEG IRONS $59.00
ASP TALON $115.00 MAGAZINE HOLDER $38.00
ARMORED VEST (BOTH PANELS) $800.00 MOURNING BAND $4.00
ARMORED VEST CARRIER $145.00 NAME TAG $12.00
BADGE $125.00 PEPPER SPRAY $16.50
BODY CAMERA $1,450.00 PEPPER SPRAY HOLDER $19.00
CELL PHONE $550.00 PPE ITEMS $300.00
CPR MASK KEYCHAIN $10.00 PROXY CARD $15.00
DUTY BELT $76.00 RADIO BATTERIES & CHARGER $250.00
DUTY BELT – UNDERBELT $25.00 RADIO $3,600.00
FLASHLIGHT BATTERY $16.00 RADIO EARPIECE/EAR KIT $56.00
FLASHLIGHT CONE $9.00 RIOT HELMET $140.00
FLASHLIGHT HOLDER $22.00 RAIN GEAR $125.00
FLASHLIGHT W/CHARGER $145.00 RADAR (HAND-HELD) $2,500.00
GLOCK CASE W/LOCK & GRIPS $25.00 RADIO HOLDER $43.00
GLOCK HOLSTER $120.00 RADIO BELT CLIP $17.00
GAS MASK $375.00 RADIO ANTENNA (HIGH GAIN) $40.00
GLOVE POUCH $18.00 RADIO SPEAKER MIC $118.00
HANDCUFFS $63.00 TASER $1,200.00
HANDGUN – GLOCK W/3 MAGAZINES $450.00 TASER CARTRIDGES $60.00
HANDCUFF CASE $40.00 TASER HOLSTER $58.00
INSIGNIA TPD (2) $20.00 TICKET BOOK HOLDER $22.00
KEEPERS – BELT (4) $16.00 TOURNIQUET $28.00
KEYS – VARIOUS $12.00 TRAFFIC VEST $80.00
LANYARD – TPD $6.00 TROUSERS $170.00
LAPTOP $2,500.00 UNIFORMS (CLASS A AND B) $590.00
LAPTOP CHARGERS $70.00 WINTER JACKET $115.00
LATENT KIT AND SUPPLIES $57.00    
LE HANDBOOK $18.00    
TOTAL COST $16,996.50
 

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 Fleet & Vehicles

Line of Titusville Police Cars Titusville Police Explorers Van Old Titusville Police Car Titusville Police Car
CURRENT TPD FLEET & VEHICLES
ITEM AMOUNT
BRINKS ARMORED 1
CHEVROLET CAPRICE – PATROL 16
CHEVROLET IMPALA – PATROL 13
CHEVROLET IMPALA – ACADEMY 1
CHEVROLET IMPALA – COMM WATCH 2
CHEVROLET SEDAN 10
CHEVROLET SUV 4
CHEVROLET TAHOE – K-9 5
CHEVROLET VAN – EXPLORERS 1
ENCLOSED TRAILERS 2
FORD – 1949 1
FORD CROWN VICTORIA 1
FORD F-250 TRUCK - PATROL 1
FORD F-650 TRUCK – MOBILE COMMAND 1
FORD SEDAN 8
FORD SUV 10
FORD SUV – CODE ENFORCEMENT 1
FORD SUV - PATROL 24
FORD UTILITY VAN – CSI 2
GMC TRUCK – CODE ENFORCEMENT 4
MESSAGE BOARD 2
OTHER/SPECIALTY VEHICLES 8
SPEED TRAILER 2
SUZUKI ATV 4
YAMAHA RHINO AND TRAILER 1
TOTAL FLEET 125
 


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911 PST Lori Cunningham and 911 PST Jade Ring handing out goodies at National Night Out

 Forfeitures & Seizures

 State forfeiture actions are governed by the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act, Florida State Statute Section 932.701-707.
 

FISCAL YEAR 2018 FORFEITURE REVENUES
ITEM COST
FEDERAL FORFEITURE $19,153
STATE FORFEITURE $46,100
TOTALS $65,613

Chief John Lau shaking hands with a young man at National Night Out

 

FISCAL YEAR 2018 FORFEITURE PURCHASES
ITEM COST
Community Relations $12,000
2- All Terrain Vehicles $15,461
National Night Out and Crime Prevention Materials $4,000
Forfeiture Vehicle Maintenance $10,000
TOTALS $41,461

citizens participating in National Night Out


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Accreditation


 
Accreditation is the certification by an independent reviewing authority that an entity has met specific requirements and prescribed standards. The Titusville Police Department attains accredited status through the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc. (CFA). Once every three years, the CFA selects three certified Accreditation Assessors from agencies throughout the State of Florida to verify our department voluntarily complied with the required standards (239 +/-) as set for by the Commission.  2018 marks the agency’s 8th year as an accredited agency.

 


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TPD Accreditation


The Titusville Police Department’s next on-site Reaccreditation Assessment will take place in December 2021.
 


 
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TPD Professional Standards Division

  

Incident Reviews/ Employee Actions Reports (EAR) 2018. 

 
Reviews of employee incidents initiated as a result of concerns or complaints requiring follow-up by a Supervisor.

Results of Incident Reviews/EARs Amount
Currently Open 3
Not Sustained – File Only 6
Unfounded – File Only 7
Counseling – File Only 25
Extension of Probation – File Only 1
Other - File Only 5
Reprimand – Verbal 17
Reprimand - Written 6
Referred for Internal Investigation 3
Suspension 7
Total 8


Use of Force Incident Reviews 2018 -   Reviews of employee use of force incidents.
 

Type of Force Amount
ASP (baton) 0
Canine 1
Chemical Agent 3
Firearm - Fired 1
Firearm – Pointed 12
Hands/Feet 19
Takedown 34
Taser - Prongs 17
Taser – Show 8
Taser – Touch 1
Total 96

 



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Professional Standards

Internal Investigations 2018 – Investigations initiated by the Chief of Police as a result of concerns, allegations, or complaints requiring follow-up by a Supervisor.
 

 

Results of Internal Investigations Amount
Closed – Sustained – Reprimand – Written 2
Closed – Sustained – Termination 1
Closed – File Only 1
Internal Investigations Currently Open 0
Total Employees Involved 4
Total Internal Investigations 4

 

 



 
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Field Interview Cards

 The TPD is conducting an annual review of Field Interview Cards in order to ensure bias-based profiling is not occurring.
 

Field Interview Cards 2017 2018 % Change
White Males 98 53 -46.0%
Black Males 46 28 -39.1%
White Females 31 14 -54.8%
Black Females 8 4 -50.0%
Hispanic Males 8 4 -50.0%
Hispanic Females 0 0 0
Totals 191 103 -46.1%

 

Review of Traffic Citations.

Annual review of Traffic Citations to ensure bias-based profiling is not occurring
 
Traffic Citations 2017 2018 % Change
White Males 1717 854 -50.3%
Black Males 489 304 -37.8%
White Females 1251 655 -47.6%
Black Females 365 199 -45.5%
Hispanic Males 100 104 +4.0%
Hispanic Females 39 43 +10.3%
Totals 3961 2159 -45.5%

 



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officer conducting a CPR demonstration on a CPR training manikin

Professional Standards

Training Budget and Hours 2018

Training Budget Amount
Training – Tuition $60,100
Travel & Per Diem (Meals/Lodging) $71,994
Total Training Budget $132,094

 

Training in Hours Amount
Non-Sworn 1,264
Sworn 12,597
Total Training Hours 13,861


 

High Liability/Less-Lethal
Training in hours
Amount
Chemical Agent 218
Defensive Tactics/Handcuffing/ASP Baton 537
Firearms/Simunitions 834
K-9 670
SWAT/Sniper 2,014
Taser 360
Total 4,633

 


 
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Skill Development, Learning, Instruction, and Gaining Knowledge

2018 In-House Training Conducted (by month):


 
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2018 On-Going In-House Training:

 



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Chief John Lau holding a book in front of a classroom of students

Training


 
In 2018, the Titusville Police Department embraced the “Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act” which requires one or more safe-school officers at each school. 9 Full-Time School Resource Officers (SROs) were assigned to cover each of the Elementary, Middle and High Schools within the city.
The Goal and Mission is to KEEP KIDS SAFE.

 


 
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Chief John Lau swearing-in new Officer

Recruitment
 

Recruitment by the numbers for 2018:

 


 
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Records


Records Quick Facts:
The Records Section provided data entry and management for 70,830 Incident Reports, 2,110 Uniform Traffic Citations, and 175 DUI Citations.
 
In 2018, a total of $41,872.37 of Revenue was handled by the Records Section for various services to the public to include: $28,990 for False Alarms, $6,386.59 for Forfeiture and Restitution, $5,369.43 from the sale of Police Reports, $44 from Checking/Verifying Equipment Violation Citations, and $1,082.35 from miscellaneous fees such as CD and DVD duplications and research.

 
Crime in Titusville Five Year Comparison
 

 


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Records

2018 Number of Arrests was in 1,139 total; 95 arrests every 30 days; 3 a day.
 
Adult Arrests 2018 from (from largest to smallest:)

 
Juvenile Arrests 2018  (from largest to smallest):
 

 

 



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UNIFORM CRIME REPORT ARRESTS IN TITUSVILLE 2018
OFFENSE ADULT JUVENILE TOTAL
HOMICIDE 3 0 3
FORCIBLE SEX OFFENSE - RAPE 5 0 5
ROBBERY 8 4 12
AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 71 16 87
AGGRAVATED STALKING 0 0 0
BURGLARY 33 16 49
LARCENY 154 26 180
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT 9 3 12
KIDNAP/ABDUCTION 6 0 6
SIMPLE ASSUALT 168 35 203
DRUG/NARCOTICS 94 4 98
FRAUD 23 2 25
COUNTERFEIT/FORGERY 5 0 5
INTIMIDATION 23 1 24
PROSTITUTION 0 0 0
NON-FORC. SEX OFFENSES 3 0 3
STOLEN PROPERTY 13 0 13
DUI 84 1 85
DESTRUCTION/DAMAGE 12 5 17
WEAPONS VIOLATIONS 15 2 17
LIQUOR LAW VIOLATIONS 25 0 25
MISCELLANEOUS 223 45 268
TOTALS 977 160 1,137

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Investigations

DETECTIVE #  (Section) 2018
CASE ASSIGNMENT
2018
ARRESTS/WARRANTS/CAPIAS
2018
CASE CLOSURE
#1 (SIS) 62 13 62
#2 (SIS) 23 16 18
#3 (SIS) 4 3 4
#4 (CID) 46 5 41
#5 (CID) 132 18 120
#6 (CID) 131 8 121
#7 (CID) 112 19 95
#8 (CID) 127 22 125
#9 (CID) 122 20 119
#10 (CID) 88 18 88
#11 (CID) 161 54 161
#12 (CID) 39 8 39
#13 (CID) 37 7 37
Totals 1,084 211 1,030

 


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Special Investigation Units

Cases assigned in 2018 was 89. Cash seized in 2018 was $18,844.00. Guns seized in 2018 was 36.

DRUGS SEIZED BY SIS IN 2018 AMOUNT IN GRAMS STREET VALUE
ALPRAZOLAM 2.6 $13,000
CRACK COCAINE 10 $7,000
HEROIN 252 $30,240
HYDROMORPHONE 8 $20,000
MARIJUANA 4,014 $80,280
WAXES/OILS/EDIBLES 3,201 $64,020
 METHAMPHETAMINE 31 $2,480
POWDER COCAINE 70 $7,000
TOTAL 7,588.6 $224,020

 

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Communications

PHONE CALL ACTIVITY 2018
ITEM PHONE CALL ACTIVITY PERCENTAGE
9-1-1 EMERGENCY 29,395 22.5%
NON-EMERGENCY 92,776 71.1%
RING DOWN TO BREVARD COUNTY FIRE RESCUE 8,367 6.4%
TOTALS 130,538 100%

 


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Communications

TPD Call Center Operative

Quick Facts -
“Call if you can, text if you can’t”
In July 2018, Brevard County (and Titusville PD) activated Text to 911.
 
Texting to 911 provides the deaf, hard of hearing and speech impaired communities’ direct access to 911 services.
 
Send texts to 911 only in an emergency situation when placing a call is not possible or speaking out loud would put the caller in danger.
 
Do not use emoji’s, photos, videos, acronyms, or group texts.

Voice calls are still the best and fastest way to contact 911

 
 



 
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COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD) CALLS FOR SERVICE BY SOURCE
2018
ITEM CAD CALL ACTIVITY PERCENTAGE
911 32,160 32.96%
COMPUTER 8 .01%
OFFICER INITIATED 27,533 28.22%
OTHER 28 .03%
PHONE 37,237 38.17%
RADIO 407 .42%
Teletype 159 .16%
Text to 911 9 .01%
WALK IN 24 .02%
TOTALS 97,565 100%


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TPD Call Center

Quick Facts
 Definitions:

 



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Patrol Map of Titusville

Patrol Operations


The page is a map of the City of Titusville broken down into 8 zones equally sized in proportion/area.
Zone one is North Titusville
Zone two is Central West Titusville.
Zone three is Central.
Zone four is Northeast Titusville.
Zone five is Central Southwest Titusville.
Zone six is Central Southeast Titusville.
Zone seven is Southwest Titusville.

Zone eight is Southeast Titusville.

 



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Quick Facts by the Numbers 2018

Number of Officers per 1,000 City of Titusville residents is 2
Number of Zones in the City of Titusville is 8.  This Increases accountability in each zone.
Average number of personnel on each Squad is 10, to include 7 Officers, 1 K9 Officer, 1 Corporal, and 1 Sergeant.
Number of Hours each Police Officer works per shift is 11.5.
Total square miles the City of Titusville covers is 34.2.

Estimate of Titusville’s population in 2018 is 46,497.

 



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Patrol Traffic.

 

TRAFFIC CRASH ANALYSIS 2017 - 2018
ITEM 2017 2018
CRASHES 1,100 1,105
MOTOR VEHICLES INVOLVED IN CRASHES 2,117 2,150
REPORTED INJURIES 175 208
TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGES $22,754,422 $16,271,872
TOTAL OF TRAFFIC RELATED FATALITIES 4 14
TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT ANALYSIS  2017 - 2018
ITEM 2017 2018
ISSUED FLORIDA UNIFORM TRAFFIC CITATIONS 1,214 2,260
CRIMINAL CITATIONS 685 562
TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT/RADAR 461 896
TRAFFIC STOPS 4,571 4,957
WRITTEN WARNINGS 363 490
MOST PREVALENT TIME/BUSIEST DAY/MONTH OF TRAFFIC CRASHES 2017 - 2018
ITEM 2017 2018
BUSIEST TIME OF DAY 8:00AM-8:00PM 8:00AM-8:00PM
% OF CRASHES IN 24 HOUR PERIOD 77% 78%
BUSIEST DAY FRIDAY FRIDAY
BUSIEST MONTH OF THE YEAR MARCH DECEMBER
 
IDENTIFICATION OF PROBLEM AREAS 2018
#1 PROBLEM AREA 3175 CHENEY HIGHWAY
#2 PROBLEM AREA CHENEY HIGHWAY / INTERSTATE 95
#3 PROBLEM AREA BARNA AVE / KNOX MCRAE DR
#4 PROBLEM AREA HARRIONS STREET / S HOPKINS AVE
#5 PROBLEM  AREA US-1 / CHENEY HIGHWAY
#6 PROBLEM AREA SOUTH ST / BOBBI LANE
 

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TPD Police Car. "Drive Safely! TitusvillePD.com"

Drive Safely. TitusvillePD.com

 


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K-9 Dog ChaseK9 Dog DracoK9 Dog JackK9 Dog Scooby

Patrol K9


Quick Facts by the Numbers 2018:
 


 
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TPD Officers holding K9 Trophy

Quick Fact - In October of 2018, K9 Officer Cantalupo and K9 Jack, K9 Officer Sanchez and K9 Scooby, K9 Officer Glenn and K9 Chase, and K9 Officer Lengefeld and Draco completed in the Inaugural Space Coast Police K9 Competition.
K9 Officer Glenn and Chase won first place by winning the “hardest hitting” event!


 
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TPD SWAT Team

Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT)


Quick Fact -
In January 2018, the Titusville Police Department’s SWAT Team conducted the selection process to fill open positions.  Everyone who participated in the process showed great heart and enthusiasm. At the conclusion, 4 officers and 2 medics were selected to be a part of the SWAT Team.
 



 
 
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TPD SWAT Officers

Quick Fact and SWAT by the Numbers 2018:
 

 

 

 


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Victim Advocate Services Staff

Victim Advocate Services


Quick Facts by the Numbers:

 



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Property & Evidence/Crime Scene


Do you need to retrieve your property?
The Property & Evidence/Crime Scene Section responds to various crime scenes on a 24-hour call-out schedule.
To ensure a member will be in the office to help you and the items have been authorized for release call (321)567-3938 with the Case Report Number & Description of the Item(s) you would like to retrieve during normal business hours. Monday through Friday, 8am-3pm.
Note: In some instances, items cannot be released without proper written authorization from Officers or Detectives, which may take time to receive. Please keep this in mind when calling.

 


 
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Quick Facts by the Numbers:

Mobile Command VehicleTPD Cars at a Crime Scene

Crime Scene Investigators with a class of studentscrime scene investigators at an event

2018 Property and Evidence Items Received and Amount:

 

Crime Scene Technician Examining EvidenceCrime Scene Technician Giving a Presentation


 
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Code Enforcement Trucks

Code Enforcement


 
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Inspections Amount
Staff 2,334
Officers 8,764
Signs 3,239
Total Inspections 14,337
Type of Activity Amount
Complaints Received 7,246
Violations Recorded 2,042
Notice of Violations Issued 891
Public Nuisance/Notice of Violation Letters 2,462
Properties Mowed by City Contractor 75
Cases brought into compliance
by 1st Re-inspect
9,853
Cases Referred to Code Enforcement Board 133
Parking Citations 17
Total Activity 22,719
Collections Amount
Total Administrative Fees Collected $15,896.95
Total Code Enforcement
Fines/Liens Collected
$305,527.64
Total Lot Cleaning Fees Collected $4,377.50
Total Payments Collected $325,802.09
Total Vacant Registry Fees Collected $26,925
Total Revenue Collected $352,727.09


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Quick Fact -  10 Most Common Code Violations. Second year in a row. Number one, Yard Maintenance Standards. Number two, Inoperable Motor Vehicles. Number three, Accumulation of Miscellaneous junk and debris. Number four, Parking Regulations. Number five, Outdoor Storage. Number six, Conditions of Structures. Number seven, Prohibited Businesses. Number eight, Commercial Equipment. Number nine, Illegal Dwelling Units. Number ten, Paint.

 


 
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CODE ENFORCEMENT
FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET
ITEM COST
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES $18,000
TRAVEL & PER DIEM $5,460
COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES $8,250
FREIGHT & POSTAGE $13,500
AUTO INSURANCE $559
REPAIR & MAINTENANCE $16,004
PRINTING & BINDING $3,000
OTHER OBLIGATIONS $2,000
OFFICE SUPPLIES $2,000
OPERATING SUPPLIES $55,320
PUBLICATIONS $600
TRAINING $3,500
TOTALS $128,193


 

CODE ENFORCEMENT
FISCAL YEAR 2018
PERSONNEL COSTS
ITEM COST
REGULAR PAY $247,021
OVERTIME $2,800
SPECIAL PAY (EDUCATION/INSUR.) $960
FICA $18,957
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS $48,392
GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE $47,163
PUBLIC SAFETY (WC) $3,328
TOTALS $368,621

 


 
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TPD Officers at Schools

Public Affairs
 

2018 School Outreach Events:

 



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Public Affairs

2018 Partnerships and Parades:



 

Officers at public affair events

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Parades & Partnerships

Parades and Partnerships 2018



 



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2018 Community Outreach:



TPD Officers at Public Outreach Events

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TPD Officers at Community Outreach Event

Other  2018 Community Outreach:

 


 
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Awards & Recognitions

Titusville Police Department Officer of the Month 2018 - In Recognition and Appreciation of your outstanding job performance, professionalism, dedication and service to the Titusville Police Department and the community we serve.

 



Officers recieving awards. "Titusville Police Department Officer of the Month 2018. In recognition and appreciation of your outstanding job performances, professionalism, dedication and service to the Titusville Police Department and the community we serve.

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2018 Award recipients:

 

 



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Retirements

 

Christina DeLoach

911 PST Christine DeLoach.
Retirement Date of January 2018 with 26 and one half years of service.
 
 

Patricia Morgan

Officer Patricia Morgan
Retirement Date of January 2018 with 18 years of service.
 

Lisa House

Logistics Coordinator Lisa House
Retirement date of October 2018 with 14 years of service.
 

Robert Crisco

Code Enforcement Officer Robert Crisco
Retirement date of October 2018 with 10 years of service.

 


 
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TPD Badge from the 1950s

1950s TPD Badge

TPD Badge from the 1960s

1960s TPD Badge

TPD Badge 1970s

TPD Badge 1970-1999

TPD Badge in 1999

TPD Badge from 1999-2010

TPD Badge in 2000

TPD Badge in 2000

TPD Badge in Present

TPD Badge from 2011-Present

 

 
Sworn members are eligible for a full retirement at age 52 &25 years of credited service.
Civilian members are eligible for a full retirement at age 62 or 30 years of credited service.
A member can retire earlier with a reduced benefit after they are vested in the City’s retirement plan.

 


 

 

Titusville Police Officers Interacting with the Community

TPD Officers Interacting with the Community

Back Cover of TPD FY2018 Annual Report with a Titusville Police Department patch