Titusville Police Department Code Enforcement Patrolling In New Vehicles

By  //  October 26, 2015

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The Titusville Police Department’s Code Enforcement Division has added its new identity to the community. The Code Officers will now be patrolling the City in marked vehicles. (Titusville PD Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The Titusville Police Department’s Code Enforcement Division has added its new identity to the community. The Code Officers will now be patrolling the City in marked vehicles.

Previously, Code Officers used their personal vehicles and received a monthly vehicle allowance.

The Code Enforcement Division addresses a wide range of important property issues that affect our health, safety, environment and property values.

These new marked vehicles are a tremendous resource for Code Enforcement Officers because they provide a distinctive and recognizable identity.

The new trucks are clearly marked and equipped with emergency lights which will allow them to safely pull on to medians and remove snipe signs and unwanted debris from our roadways.

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“Safety was the key consideration for getting them into highly visible vehicles”, said Chief John Lau.

For more information about Titusville Police Department’s Code Enforcement Division or to anonymously report a code violation go to TitusvillePD.com or call 321-567-3770

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The Titusville Police Department’s Code Enforcement Division has added its new identity to the community. The Code Officers will now be patrolling the City in marked vehicles. (Titusville PD Image)


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