The Titusville Police Department’s Training Coordinator is responsible for the training our 150+ employees receive and attend, including state-mandated training with timelines and deadlines. The Coordinator also locates, coordinates, registers, and tracks employee training, and hosts in-house training. TPD reduces training costs and improves efficiency of training by utilizing our own Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) certified instructors to conduct in-house training throughout the year.
TPD maintains an exceptional reputation for hosting interesting, valuable, and unparalleled training from across the country. In addition, TPD is a preferred training site for organizations such as the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (LEEDA), Simunitions, and PRI Management Group.
In the State of Florida, police officers are required to complete 40 hours of career development training every four years. The 40 hours must include training in Human Diversity, Domestic Violence, Juvenile Sexual Offenders, Professional Traffic Stops and Use of Force.
The Titusville Police Department maintains a state of the art training facility. This training facility provides: