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Brooksville Police Department is located at 87 Veterans Ave, Brooksville, 34601 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is George B Turner. The Brooksville Police Department phone number is (352) 540-3800.
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On February 24, the Brooksville police department and the Police & Kids Foundation participated in a charity community event helping a family in need in Brooksville. For 4 months officers of the department have been working with the family of 13, including 4 very young children making their home and property safer for the children. This included a new roof by A Ready Roofing. Today Brooksville police officers and firefighter along with citizens, business owners and hernando high students completed the next huge step in this effort by cleaning up the property. This effort filled up two large dumpsters of trash and three huge roll off dumpsters with old tires. Next weekend some much needed siding is going on the house and in the near future the house will be painted. The Brooksville police department is very proud of our cities generosity and would like to thank all of the volunteers and businesses who donated their time, money and love to help make today's event a great success.
*UPDATE 2* SUSPECT ARRESTED! *UPDATE* Suspect and vehicle has been located off Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. ROBBERY SUSPECT We are seeking assistance in the identification of the attached suspect in multiple robberies throughout the City of Brooksville. The suspect vehicle is described as a Red or Maroon Cadillac 4dr with black canvas top. Anyone with information should contact the Brooksville Police Department at 352-540-3800. If you observe the vehicle or suspect please call 911.
We commend Det Schofield and HCSO Deputy Spooner for their actions in assisting the victim of this unfortunate vehicular rollover until rescue and medical units arrived. https://www.rnrfonline.com/terrifying-rollover-crash-captured-on-dashcam-video-off-duty-detective-helps-save-driver/
Detective Schofield and Jillian Rose were honered by the Brooksville City Council and Chief George Turner for their ongoing dedication to our youth and falling officers through the Police & Kids Foundation. CONGRATS!
Chief Turner and Captain Hankins presenting Sergeant Steve Mislyan his retirement plaque from the City of Brooksivlle Police Department. Prior to Sgt. Mislyan's years of service with the City of Brooksville, he was a sworn officer with the University of South Florida Police Department, and a Captain with the Longboat Key Police Department, Florida. In retirement, Sgt. Mislyan will continue teaching police recruits at the Manatee County Police Academy.
Officer Duke Maeder receives his retirement plaque from Police Chief George Turner. Officer Maeder joined the Brooksville Police Department in 1992 after retiring from the United States Air Force. While in the service, he worked as a Security Officer, touring several south-pacific locations such as the Philippines and Vietnam during his twenty-year career. While employed as a Brooksville Police Officer he quickly gained rank, reaching Sergeant, in year 2000. Duke, as he is known to family and friends, worked as a road-patrol supervisor from 2000-2013, when he accepted assignment as the director of lobby services, overseeing fleet maintenance, vehicle impounds, and assisting with investigations of walk-in complaints. Duke had a long and exemplar career, both here and with the U.S. Air Force. He will be sorely missed and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
Chief Turner and Captain Hankins with Stan Reyzin at the Tampa Bay Police Chiefs new officer swearing-in ceremony.
Assist us in identifying this theft suspect.
The Brooksville Police Department thanks the Brooksville Wawa for their continuous support to their police department and it's officers during the holiday season. The kind donation of holiday pastries and hot coffee was very much appreciated by all of the officers and staff.
A special thank you to Ms. Brooke Marks and Ms. Cathy Mara for bringing in these beautiful Christmas cards. Thank you!
Detective Schofield, members of the Brooksville Police Department , Brooksville Elementary staff, Brooksville Mayor Betty Erhard, Brooksville Councilwomen Natelie Kahler and Santa Clause all met with the parents of 38 local children to shop for their children. A special thank you to the Brooksville Walmart who customized shopping carts with Christmas decorations for the parents and provided food and drinks for the parents and guest and allowed us to invade their store for a few hours. Each parent was provided with up to $100 per child for the shopping event and many bicycles, toys and clothing for the children was purchased. The event was a huge, happy and emotional success and many children from our community will have a better Christmas thanks to the donations received by the Police & Kids Foundation and the efforts of the police department and our community.
Our Brooksville Police and Fire personnel thank you BROOKSVILLE PUBLIX for the Public Safety Holiday 🦃 Appreciation.
Help identify Robbery suspect
Public safety fire suppression burn demonstration. 🔥
Police Department K-9 demonstration with Officer Derryberry and K-9 Blitz