Administration and Support Services Division
The Administration and Support Services Division is made up of the Information Services Section, the Property & Evidence Section, the Operational Support Section, Recruitment & Training, Police Planner, Crime and Traffic Analyst, and the Academy Instructor.
Emergency Communications Center
The Leesburg Police Department Emergency Communications Center consists of fourteen highly trained, professional Public Safety Communicators to include three Shift Supervisors and a Sergeant. Our Communication Technicians work twelve-hour shifts on a rotating two-week schedule. They are committed to answering all 911 and non-emergency calls with professionalism, integrity, and compassion while efficiently dispatching police. The duties of the Communication Technician include, but are not limited to, radio communication, call taking, record keeping, computer entry, and warrant entry. Our police dispatchers are able to maintain a high level of multi-tasking, quick response and rapid problem solving skills as well as the ability to operate 911-computer software, various public announcement tools, and multi-function telephone systems. The Leesburg Police Emergency Communication Dispatch Center is manned 24 hours a day, around the clock and is located at 65 Plaza Street in Leesburg. 911 Calls inside of the corporate limits of the Town of Leesburg go to the County ECC and are then transferred to LPD ECC as we are a Secondary PSAP.
Police Crime and Traffic Analyst (CTA)
The Police Crime and Traffic Analyst (CTA) provides the Leesburg Police Department statistical data and analysis to solve crime and traffic problems. The CTA reviews information from various sources (police reports, databases, open sources, etc.) and analyzes the information for trends, series, and patterns to better understand criminal activity, help identify offenders, and solve crime and traffic problems within Leesburg. The CTA helps establish criminal identifiers on suspects or addresses that include biographical and location-specific (time, space, and place) information and intelligence, prior criminal offenses, officer safety concerns, and pertinent historical information that will assist in the furtherance of criminal investigations. The CTA creates bulletins and other products to share information with other local, state, and federal agencies to identify suspects as well as current crime, traffic, and suspicious activity trends throughout the region.
If you have any questions concerning any of these sections, please contact:
Administration and Support Services Commander
Operational Support Section
Information Services Section