WATCH: Palm Bay Police Detective Reed Caswell Discusses His Work With Special Victims Unit

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ABOVE VIDEO: Palm Bay Police Det. Reed Caswell discusses his work on the department’s Special Victims Unit.

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay Police Det. Reed Caswell knows the importance of mitigating chaos which is why he decided to become a member of the department. 

Caswell works in the Special Victims Unit which investigates offenses relating to any sexual offense, any child or elder abuse or neglect cases, and any crime as determined by the unit supervisor.

The department’s Sexual Offender and Predator Management Program are also assigned to this unit where they keep track of the registered offenders in the Palm Bay area.

Caswell is a proud of what he does, especially the way the unit protects the young and elderly.

“Dealing with the children and dealing with the elderly is being able to deal with people that normally, typically wouldn’t have a voice of their own,” Caswell said.

“It’s important we do a thorough investigation to the best of our abilities so that the person can be brought to answer for their crimes.”

The Palm Bay Police Department strives to connect, serve and impact the Palm Bay community. They do this by building trust with the community through honesty, transparency, and by continually growing relationships with citizens, visitors, and area business.

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The Palm Bay Police Department strives to connect, serve and impact the Palm Bay community. They do this by building trust with the community through honesty, transparency, and by continually growing relationships with citizens, visitors, and area business. (PBPD image)

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