POLICE SERVICES DIVISION

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The Police Services Division is the “backbone” of the High Springs Police Department. The Police Services Division consists of the Uniformed Patrol Division and Special Operations.   
 

Uniformed Patrol is comprised of Officers and Supervisors that respond to all emergency and non-emergency calls within the City of High Springs. Two shifts (Alpha Shift – 7 pm – 7 am, Bravo Shift – 7 am – 7 pm) provide 24-hour a day, 7-days a week coverage. Each shift is supervised by a Sergeant or Acting Sergeant. The Uniformed Patrol Division is Commanded by the Executive Lieutenant. 

High Springs Officer Adam Joy was able to provide some comfort to a young passenger of a vehicle who was involved in a traffic crash in the form of a teddy bear donated by the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe.  

High Springs Officer Jason Taylor, while on foot patrol in the Downtown District, took the time to interact with a group of young men at the Witnesses of Christ Ministry. 
Officer Vernon Higginbotham interacting with the Community while conducting business checks in the Shopping District of Main Street.

Special Operations consists of the Drug Detection K-9 Unit and the Traffic Enforcement/Traffic Homicide Unit. Special Operations Officers are assigned to the Alpha Shift (7 pm – 7 am) and supervised by a Sergeant or Acting Sergeant and Commanded by the Executive Lieutenant.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE DRUG DETECTION K-9 UNIT PAGE
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT/TRAFFIC HOMICIDE UNIT PAGE