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Upcoming Events

Labor Day
Sep 1 12:00 AM 12:00 AM
All Day Event

Art Reception
Sep 5 5:00 PM 7:00 PM

Back to School


1st Budget Hearing
Sep 8 6:30 PM

Beautification Board Meeting
Sep 9 5:00 PM 5:45 PM

Workshop
Sep 9 6:00 PM
Fees & Fee Waivers

Council Meeting
Sep 15 7:00 PM

City of Brooksville Police Department

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Committed to Excellence

The Brooksville Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency within the city limits of Brooksville. We are dedicated to promoting the safety and welfare of the citizens of Brooksville by controlling and preventing crime and providing other essential public safety services.  The department is comprised of an Administration Section, Investigations Section and Operations Section which includes patrol, traffic enforcement, K-9, and community services. Both the Brooksville Police Department and the Brooksville Fire Department utilize the county’s Emergency Operations Center as a central dispatch center for emergency services.

The MISSION of the Brooksville Police Department is to provide all the citizens of Brooksville with a safe community that fosters trust and confidence in its police officers. The Brooksville Police Department is committed to protecting life and property through prevention of the commission of crimes, reduction of the opportunities for crime to occur, identification of criminal offenders and criminal activity, and when appropriate, the apprehension of offenders and participation in subsequent court proceedings. This is best accomplished by building a partnership with citizens that is based on law enforcement that is accessible, indiscriminate, unassuming, flexible, available, and open to the needs of the community it serves.

The Police Department is located at the Public Safety Complex at 87 Veterans Ave. The station provides the base for operations and administrative functions of the agency.
 
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Chief George B. Turner was appointed as the Brooksville Police Chief on September 25, 2007. Chief Turner started his law enforcement career in the State of New York in 1976. He holds an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from the State University of New York, Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, New York. He is a graduate of the 193rd session of the F.B.I. National Academy, Quantico Virginia.
 
Contact Information
For general information please call 352-540-3800 during business hours.

If you have an emergency you may dial 911 at any time.

To provide information about criminal activity and remain anonymous you can call the Hernando County Crimestoppers at 1-866-990-8477 (TIPS)
 
Brooksville Police Department Completes Reaccreditation Print

The Assessment Team from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA) completed their on site assessment of the Brooksville Police Department on April 24, 2014. The team has officially reported that they will recommend to the full Commission (CFA) that the Brooksville Police Department receive re-accreditation status at the next regularly scheduled Commission meeting to be held on June 25, 2014, in Bonita Springs, Florida. Brooksville Police was awarded initial accreditation in June 2011.

The team reviewed 261 standard addressing areas such as evidence procedures, fiscal activities, patrol techniques, use of force, pursuit policies, training, investigation, the written directive system, and other law enforcement related topics set forth in the CFA Standards Manual. Of the approximately 445 law enforcement agencies in the State of Florida, only 145 of them are accredited through the CFA. The Brooksville Police Department is proud to be among the 145 accredited agencies! Click here for the 2014 Final Accreditation Report.

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Brooksville Police Department receives Award of Accreditation Print
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The Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc. convened on June 30, 2011 in Bonita Springs, Florida to officially accredit agencies that have passed its established, rigorous review process. They awarded new Accreditation status to only three (3) law enforcement agencies in the State of Florida. Brooksville Police Department was one of the three.

Accreditation awarded through the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc. has long been recognized as a means of maintaining the highest standards of professionalism. Accreditation is only awarded after an independent reviewing authority has certified that a law enforcement entity has met specific requirements and prescribed standards.


Congratulations to Chief George Turner and the men & women of the Brooksville Police Department for receiving this award and prestigious designation! The Department's dedication and commitment to high standards and professionalism has been clearly recognized and honored.

 
City of Brooksville Red Light Safety Program Print

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As part of our continued commitment to the health and safety of both our citizens and visitors, Brooksville re-launched its Red Light Safety Program. Red light cameras are currently capturing violations at the following locations:  
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Related Links

2013 BYRNE GRANT PUBLIC NOTICE
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Annual Bias Based Profiling Administrative Review
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BPD Biased Based Profiling Statement (Click to View)

2013 Annual Report - Police Department(Click to View)

 

View Red Light Camera Runners Videos on our Youtube Channel
RED LIGHT RUNNERS (click)


 

Red Light Camera Information

If you have received a notice of violation for running a red light you may enter your license plate number and pin number at this site to view the video of the violation.  You may also pay the fine using this site.

 

www.zerofatality.net

 

 

Florida's Statewide 511 Website

The Florida Department of Transportation's FREE statewide traffic information system.

www.fl511.com

The Florida Dept. Of Law Enforcement Public Access System
This site is designed to provide the public with the opportunity to assist law enforcement agencies in locating stolen property, missing persons, and persons wanted.   http://pas.fdle.state.fl.us/pas/


FDLE Sexual Offender/Predator Search

Search the database for sexual offenders and sexual predators.  Locate sexual offenders or predators in your county. http://offender.fdle.state.fl.us

 


Internet Crime Complaint Center

A partnership between the  Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the  National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the  Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), IC3 gives the victims of cyber crime a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism that alerts authorities of suspected criminal or civil violations. http://www.ic3.gov/


Offender Information Search

Hernando County Sheriff’s Most Wanted
The people listed on this site are wanted on active, outstanding Hernando County warrants.
http://www.hernandosheriff.org/MostWanted/

Florida Police Chief’s Association
This site contains law enforcement job listings as well as other information about Florida police agencies. 
http://www.fpca.com/

International Association of Chief’s of Police
This site contains information and job listings for international, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. http://www.theiacp.org/

 


This database contains public record information on felony offenders sentenced to the Department of Corrections.  This includes offenders sentenced to state prison or state supervision. http://www.dc.state.fl.us/InmateInfo/InmateInfoMenu.asp

 

 
 
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