Summerville Police Department (South Carolina)

The Summerville Police Department is a police department that serves a residential community of approximately 50,300 residents in a metropolitan area of more than 130,000 people. The department has 116 sworn officers, 26 civilian employees and 24 reserve officers.[1]

Summerville Police Department
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Agency overview
Formed1847
Jurisdictional structure
Legal jurisdictionMunicipal
Operational structure
Sworn members115
Unsworn members26
Agency executive
Facilities
Stations1
Website
Official website

UnitsEdit

The Summerville Police Department is divided into specialized units in order to achieve their goals.

  • Patrol
  • Investigations
  • Traffic
  • Selective Enforcement Team
  • School Resource
  • Narcotics
  • K-9 Unit
  • Crime Scene
  • Emergency Services
  • Training
  • Reserve Officers
  • Communications
  • Records
  • Victim Advocates
  • Police Cadets

BuildingsEdit

The Summerville Police Department building is located at 300 West 2nd North Street in Summerville, SC

VehiclesEdit

 
Patrol Car

The Summerville Police Department uses a variety of vehicles to accomplish its mission. The Dodge Charger makes up most of the department's fleet.

Rank StructureEdit

 
Summerville Police metallic emblem
Title Insignia
Chief
Major
Captain
Lieutenant
Sergeant
Corporal
Field Training Officer [1]
Patrolman First Class
Patrolman

Fallen officersEdit

Officer Date of Death Details
Patrolman William B. Bell Tuesday, November 19, 2002 Vehicular assault
Patrolman Robert Blajszcak Sunday, October 26, 2014 Heart attack

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Coordinates: 33°01′26″N 80°10′34″W / 33.0240°N 80.176°W / 33.0240; -80.176