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Lauderhill Police Department


2008 LAW ENFORCEMENT CHALLENGE
     The Lauderhill Police Department is a progressive, community oriented police agency of 120 sworn and 29 civilian personnel serving a culturally rich population of over 80,000 people in South Florida.  The City is situated on 8.3 square miles, is bordered by the Cities of Fort Lauderdale, Sunrise, Plantation, Lauderdale Lakes and Tamarac.  The City of Lauderhill is the home of Central Broward Regional Park, a 110 acre multi-purpose park that contains a world-class cricket stadium as well as many other amenities. 
     The City of Lauderhill is located in central Broward County just west of Ft. Lauderdale, Americ's warm and friendly vacationland.  The city The City of Miami Beach is 30 miles south of Lauderhill, offering shows and fun activities for all.  The beaches of Ft. Lauderdale are 8 miles east; for the adventurer, the Everglades is 3 miles west.  Lauderhill is home to the award winning Inverrary Country Club, former host Jackie Gleason Classic.  The Inverrary Country Club continues to draw numerous tournaments, events, and dignitaries.
     The Department's Traffic Unit is comprised of both Police Officers and Police Service Aides and supervised by a Sergeant.  Officers are assigned to both motorcycle and vehicle patrol to perform their assigned duties.  Motor Officers ride the Harley-Davidson FLHP-I motor units and Traffic Enforcement is conducted using semi-marked and marked Crown Victoria Police Interceptor sedans.  The unit is responsible for investigating all serious injury and fatal traffic crashes, conducting D.U.I. and Aggressive Driving Enforcement, educating the community in traffic safety and overall enfrocement of Florida's Traffic Laws.  The Traffic Unit downsized in 2008, going from 5 officers to 3 officers.
     In 2008, the Lauderhill Police Department identified several traffic related problems in the city. By properly using the three pillars of traffic administration- Education, Engineering, and Enforcement- the traffic unit was able to control and reduce traffic related problems.   
1994 Harley-Davidson Police Road King
 
 
 
 
 
 

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