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Arrest by the Auburndale Police Department

The Auburndale Police Department has 35 police officers and 8 civilian support members.  The agency handles more than 20,000 calls for police service each year.

The Law Enforcement Division, the largest division with the police department, has four Patrol squads and the School Resource Unit. The Criminal Investigations Unit is supervised by a sergeant and includes detectives and officers assigned to the Crime Reduction Team.

Candidates for employment as sworn law enforcement officers with the police department in the City of Auburndale are chosen based on panel interviews, assessments, and a background investigation.

The Auburndale Police Department prohibits the use of bias-based policing during vehicle stops, stop and frisk, arrests, searches and seizures, the application of force, and the initiation of forfeiture proceedings. Officers that violate this policy are subject to disciplinary action, including termination.

Attorneys for an Arrest by the Auburndale Police Department

If you were arrest by an officer with the police department in the City of Auburndale, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at the Sammis Law Firm. We fight cases throughout the City of Auburndale and the surrounding areas in Polk County.

Our offices are conveniently located in downtown Tampa, FL.

Call (813) 250-0500 to discuss your case.

Information about Police Chief Andy Ray

In 2018, Andy Ray was recently appointed as the Chief of Police for the Auburndale Police Department. He began his law enforcement career as an Auxiliary State Trooper in 1984. Three years later, he was hired by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) as a deputy sheriff.

While at the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, he was promoted to Sergeant in 1991, to Lieutenant in 1996, and to Captain in 2003. Chief Andy Ray retired in from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office in 2012.

Shortly thereafter, he became a Deputy Chief at the Aburndale Police Department. He now serves as the Chief of Police for the APD.

Additional Resources

Auburndale Police Department – Visit the website for the City of Auburndale to find out more about the police department located at 2 Bobby Green Plaza, Auburndale, FL 33823

 

This article was last updated on Wedneday, November 21, 2018.