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Special Operations Division

Captain Sam Taylor

Lieutenant Mike Moran - Community Services Section

School Resource Officer Unit
Sergeant Sean Finney

Community Services Supervisor
Cynthia Sharp

Lieutenant Ron Bowling Jr - Special Investigations Section

Lieutenant Eric Harper - Special Operations Section

Support Services Division

Captain Steve Walker

Lieutenant Mike Spade - General Services Section

Bill LePere - Public Safety Comm Center




Special Services Bureau

The Special Services Bureau is staffed by two Captains, 4 Lieutenants, 10 Sergeants, 56 sworn officers, 45 civilian employees and 4 part-time positions. This bureau encompasses the Special Operations Division and the Support Services Division.

The sections in the Special Operations Division consist of specialized disciplines to include community services, narcotics, K9, motor unit, etc. To find out more about each of the units that make up the Special Operations Division, click on the respective link below.

The sections in the Support Services Division consist of training, planning and research, grant administration and emergency communications, etc. To find out more about each of the units that make up the Support Services Division, click on the respective link below.



Community Services Section - This section is comprised of the School Resources Officers and Community Services Unit.

Special Operations Section - This section is comprised of the Selective Enforcement Unit, Crash Investigations and Special Operations/DUI Enforcement.

Special Investigations Section - This section is comprised of Drug Enforcement, Organized Crime, Technical Services and the Community Response Teams.




General Services Section – This section is comprised of Planning & Research, Accreditation, Recruiting/Background Investigations, Fleet & Facilities, Training and the Quartermaster.

Public Safety Communications Center – This section consists of the Emergency Communications Center. There are 4 squads of telecommunicators that handle the calls for service into the 9-1-1 and non-emergency lines to the department, they are very instrumental in the performance of our department. These personnel are the initial point of contact for those who need police service.