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Captain Victor White

 


Victor White began his service with the Lakeland Police Department in 1983 after serving as a Military Policeman in the United States Army. His assignments in the Uniform Patrol Division included Field Training Officer and Uniform Crime Scene Officer. He served as a Detective in Special Investigations conducting narcotics investigations and as the Intelligence Officer. He was selected as a member of the first Community Oriented Policing Section team implemented in 1990.

Upon promotion to Sergeant in 1992, Victor served as a Patrol Supervisor, C.O.P.S. Supervisor, and the Officer in Charge of the Operational Review Section. He supervised the Internal Affairs process, Staff Inspections, and the Department's Accreditation process. He was the Accreditation Manager leading the department to receive its first State Accreditation and its C.A.L.E.A re-accreditation.

Victor was promoted to Lieutenant in January of 2000, where he served as the Officer in Charge of the Uniform Patrol Division, Special Operations Section and  the Special Investigations Section. Victor was promoted to Captain in December of 2009 where he has served as the Commanding Officer in all of the agency’s divisions. He currently is the Commanding Officer of the Investigative Services Division which is comprised of the Investigative Services Section, the Records Section, the Property and Evidence Unit, the Crime Analysis and Intelligence Unit, the Laboratory Services Unit, the Victim’s Assistance Unit, the Domestic Abuse Response Team and the Court Liaison. 

Victor is a graduate of Lake Wales High School, and has a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Critical Incident Management from Saint Leo University. He is a Certified Public Manager through Florida State University. He is a graduate of the Drug Enforcement Administration Drug Unit Commander Academy (DUCA), the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy 239th session (FBINA), the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP), and the Federal Bureau of Investigations Florida Executive Development Seminar (FEDS). He is also a Certified Labor Relations Professional through the Florida Public Employees Labor Relations Association (FPELRA).