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The Leesburg Police Department is a very progressive law enforcement agency with 65 sworn officers, 25 full-time civilians and 8 part-time school crossing guards. We are a "Community police3Oriented 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.

  

   

Patrol Unit

Join our Team

The Leesburg Police Department typically hires throughout the year, selecting from the best applicants to meet the needs of our community. Learn more.

 

 

New things are coming in 2016! Please check back and also Like Us on our facebook page for updates.

 

 

Police and Community Roundtable

Join the Chief for monthly meetings to share ideas and community concerns.

Learn More.  

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Online Crime Mapping is Now Available! 
Click here to view a map of reported incidents
(Enter Leesburg, FL in the address search)
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  Annual Reports

Read the 2014 Annual Report

Read the 2013 Annual Report 

   

 

Don't Get Scammed

 

Professional criminals are just a phone call away. They call you at home and pressure you into scams that are too good to be true. Protect yourself, your identity and your savings with these simple tips:   
• Resist pressure to make a decision
   immediately.
• Keep your credit card, checking account,
   or Social Security numbers to yourself.
• Don’t pay for something just because
  you’ll get a “free gift.”
• Get all information in writing before you
   agree to buy.
• Don’t send cash by messenger, overnight
   mail, or money transfer.
• Say “no thanks” and hang up the phone.
   If you don’t want a business to call you
   again, say so. If they call back, they’re
   breaking the law.

 
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Last updated: 3/18/2016 11:19:02 AM