LAW ENFORCEMENT SPOTLIGHT: Titusville Police Chief John Lau Swears In Three New Officers

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Parker Landis, Brandon Soto and Zachary Blougoruas newest TPD officers

Titusville Police Chief John Lau recently swore in three new officers, Parker Landis, Brandon Soto and Zachary Blougoruas. (TPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville Police Chief John Lau recently swore in three new officers, Parker Landis, Brandon Soto and Zachary Blougoruas.

The Titusville police command staff, officers, team members, family and friend attend the swearing ceremony on at TPD headquarters, located at 1100 John Glenn Blvd.

The Titusville Police Department, headed by Chief John Lau, consists of 86 sworn officers and is organized into six divisions: the Patrol Division, the Investigations Division, the Professional Standards Division, the Administrative Division, the Support Services Division and the Tactical Operations Division.

The Patrol Division and the Investigations Division together make up the Operations Bureau, which is headed by the Deputy Chief Todd Hutchinson while one major supervises each division.

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