The Leesburg Police Department is a very progressive law enforcement agency with 72 sworn officers, 23 full-time civilians and 8 part-time school crossing guards. We are a "Community Oriented Policing" (C.O.P.) department that utilizes a problem-solving philosophy supported by intelligence-led principles. We perform traditional enforcement activities while consistently seeking long-term problem resolution in various partnerships with our citizens.
The department is divided into three divisions; Road Patrol, Criminal Investigations, and Support Services. Within these divisions there are various specialized units including Traffic Unit, S.W.A.T. (Special Weapons And Tactics), Narcotics/Vice, Community Services, and Code Enforcement.
Code Enforcement Citizens Access
To search for information on open code enforcement cases, click the link: Citizens Access
The men and women of the Leesburg Police Department are committed to excellence and self-sacrifice in serving our community. Their dedicated work has contributed to a reduction of Part 1 Crimes for the past four years and six of the last seven years.
This success is achieved through great support from local residents and businesses and tireless contributions of department volunteers in the Citizens on Patrol program. Thank You.
Join the Leesburg PD!
The Leesburg Police Department typically hires throughout the year, selecting from the best applicants to meet the needs of our community. Learn more.
Read the 2013 Annual Report
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